Dream Psychology: Psychoanalysis for Beginners
Sexologist, cocaine addict, prime inspiration for the Surrealist Movement... and one of the greatest revolutionary thinkers of the 20th century: Sigmund Freud. The founder of modern psychoanalysis, his key works unlocked the secrets of dreams. Here he distills and crystallizes his two key dream works: The Interpretation Of Dreams (1900), and On Dreams (1901), defining the key concepts later incorporated into the first Surrealist manifestos. * new essays by DM Mitchell and Candice Black * cover painting by Salvador Dali Solar Research Archive presents classic texts which influenced the members and affiliates of the Surrealist Group.
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CHAPTER PAGE I Dreams Have a Meaning
The Dream Mechanism
Why the Dream Disguises the Desires
Sex in Dreams
The Wish in Dreams
The Function of the Dream
The Primary and Secondary Process Re gression
The Unconscious and Consciousness Reality
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