(adjective) of or relating to dreams; dreamy
the oneiric juxtapositions in Ballad's and Meisel's work
what Ishiguro borrows from Kafka above all else is his oneiric geography, at once bizarre and strangely familiar.
If, as Wendy Brown has so persuasively argued, neoliberalism and neoconservatism can be made compatible only at the level of dreamwork, then Children of Men renders this oneiric suturing as a nightmare.
speaking of suturing, this is such beautiful linguistic suturing urgh
the oneiric form of The Box collapses into its content - the box, like the dream according to Freud, fulfils our wishes.
Then what purpose can it serve, this pure description, since it seems to offer no oneiric compensation?
the figurative elements of this power, the oneiric themes composing it
on the myth of the USSR