This is Caversham Booksellers' 28th weekly e-newsletter. Thank you for reading.
1.  Greetings from Neil 
2.  New and featured 
3.  Current hours and operations
4.  Parking!

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Hello to everyone who opens emails mid-week. I'll tell you what happened. We got a beautiful shipment of new titles from Chiron Publications. Chiron have a bit of a Jungian angle. I popped a number these titles in here being fully aware that we had focused on our Jung section in another newsletter not too long ago. So I had no choice but to go for some cheeky balance by including some Freud (we all saw this film no?) as well as some psychiatry. We love all our sections. I promise to look for opportunities to feature other sections twice.
You see that bookcase in the photo with the Coffee with Freud and Tea with Winnicott books? Well that is a plastic child's bookcase I bought back when I worked at a huge toy store in Saskatoon. It is my old weird friend. It matches nothing in our home.

Stay exquisite you!
-Newsletter Neil
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We are back to having a small number of gremlins in the store and closed to browsing. We are doing curbside pickup and delivery so please call, email, or submit what you need through the website. We are at your service.
9am-6pm Monday through Saturday and 12-5pm Sunday.

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To park behind the store one must head north on Sussex Mews (from Harbord) and then west (left) on to Immergluck Lane. Ours is in the back closest to the back stairs of the building.
Some books that may be of interest!
Click here for this week's list of interesting reading!

The Oak Papers
James Canton

Canton examines our long-standing dependency on the oak, and how that has developed and morphed into myth and legend. We no longer need these sturdy trees to build our houses and boats, to fuel our fires, or to grind their acorns into flour in times of famine. What purpose, then, do they serve in our world today? Are these miracles of nature no longer necessary to our lives? What can they offer us?  [More. . .]

Prisms: Reflections on This Journey We Call Life
James Hollis

Prisms: Reflections on the Journey We Call Life summarizes a lifetime of observing, engaging, and exploring why we are here, in service to what, and what life asks of us. These eleven essays, all written recently, examine how we understand ourselves, and often we have to reframe that understanding, the nature and gift of comedy, the imagination, desire, as well as our encounters with narcissism, and aging. [More. . .]


A Story of Dreams, Fate, and Destiny
Eril Shalit

In this rich and poetically written book which is featured in the Zurich Lecture Series 2020, Erel Shalit “calls attention to the dream and its images along the nocturnal axis that leads us from fate to destiny.” He takes us on a journey from ancient history, beginning with the first documented dream, that of Gilgamesh, to Adam and Eve and the serpent, to Joseph in Egypt as the Pharaoh’s dream interpreter, through ancient Greece to the Asklepion, to Swedenborg’s visions, to our world today through the eyes of Freud, Jung, and science, and finally to the process of active imagination to reveal the workings of Mercurius and the transcendent function.
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Religious but Not Religious: Living a Symbolic Life
Jason Smith

In Religious but Not Religious, Jungian analyst Jason E. Smith explores the idea, expressed by C. G. Jung, that the religious sense is a natural and vital function of the human psyche. We suffer from its lack.

The symbolic forms of religion mediate unconscious and ineffable experiences to the field of consciousness that infuse our lives with meaning and purpose. [More. . .]

Creativity: Patterns of Creative Imagination as Seen Through Art
Paul Brutsche

The creative imagination is unlimited in its richness of design. At the same time, however, there is a canon of basic forms of creative experience and creative ideas. In other words, creative design is infinitely complex in its respective contents and at the same time follows a limited formal grammar. [More. . .]

Making It Through: Bosnian Survivors Sharing Stories of Trauma, Transcendence, and Truth
Demaris Wehr

Bosnia, once the proud multicultural heartland of Yugoslavia, its villages treasured for Ottoman-era mosques, arched stone bridges, and red-tiled roofs, lay in ruins in 1995, destroyed by three-and-a-half years of murder and rape known to the world as ethnic cleansing. [More. . .]

Confessions of the Flesh: The History of Sexuality, Volume 4
Michel Foucault

Brought to light at last—the fourth volume in the famous History of Sexuality series by one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century, his final work, which he had completed, but not yet published, upon his death in 1984.

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Our spring catalogue of featured titles is still awesome and fully available!
You can request a copy here or here.
You can also peruse it immediately to the left on our home screen

Warm beverage time!
Xena rules our home. She is in power. Go Xena Go.
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