London: A. & C. Black, Ltd., 1927. First Edition, First Impression. Hardcover. Octavo, original blue cloth titled & ruled in gilt on spine panel. 208 pp. Minor browning to endpapers; a fine copy. In the original printed dust jacket which is heavily reinforced both front & back with old sellotape, and with a small splashmark on the front panel. Very uncommon in jacket. A Fine Copy in a Poor Dust Jacket. Item #311335
¶ The first half of the book describes a number of precognitive dreams, most of which Dunne himself had experienced. His key conclusion was that such precognitive visions foresee future personal experiences by the dreamer and not more general events. The second half develops a theory to try and explain them. Dunne's starting point is the observation that the moment of "now" is not described by science. Although never accepted by mainstream science, Dunne's theories have influenced imaginative literature ever since.