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IN[TRO]DUCTION: Reading, Listening, and Hypnosis MAYAVATI'S SPELL: India, Stories, and Hypnosis Part One: For the Reader The Child's Story The Hypnographer's Story Part Two: For the Listener The Storyteller's Tale The Magician's Tale LE SOMMEIL LUCIDE: Religion, Sex, and Hypnosis Part One: For the Reader The Abbe's Story The Sculptor's Story The Psychiatrist's Story The Screenwriter's Story Part Two: For the Listener The Translator's Tale The Writer's Tale The Reader's Tale The Listener's Tale AN-ESTHETICS: Politics, Medicine, and Hypnosis Part One: For the Reader The Surgeon's Story The Anesthesiologist's Story Part Two: For the Listener The Patient's Tale The Mesmerist's Tale BIBLIOGRAPHY: History, Fiction, and Hypnosis
Lee Siegel is professor of religious studies at the University of Hawaii. He is the author of many books, including Love in a Dead Language, Who Wrote the Book of Love?, and Love and the Incredibly Old Man, all published by the University of Chicago Press.
"Whether or not you fall into a trance while reading this book, the intellectual delight that comes from allowing yourself to surrender to it is reward enough. As in all of his work, Siegel challenges us to examine the infinite aspects of subjective reality more deeply than we could alone. He does so with wit, scholarship, passionate engagement, and, most of all, humor." -Sheri Holman, author of Witches on the Road Tonight