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IF r the phenomenon of reversal of sound (metathesis), which is perhaps even mo intimately related to the dream-work than are contradictory meanings (a tithesis), compare also Meyer-Rinteln (1909). 21t is plausible to suppose, too, that the original antithetical meaning of words exhibits the ready-made mechanism which is exploited for various purposes by slips of the tongue that result in the opposite being said [ofwhat was consciously intended]. I § The Occurrence in Dreams of Material from Fairy Tales 101 SOURCE: Standard Ed., 12., 2.81-87. Here is a dream of a young married woman who had had a visit from her husband a few days before: She was in a room that was entirely brown. A little door led to the top of a steep staircase, and up this staircase there came into the room a curious manikin-small, with I T is not surprising to find that psycho-analysis confirms our recog- [,81) nition of the important place which folk fairy tales have acquired in the mental life of our children. In a few people a recollection of their favourite fairy tales takes the place of memories of their own childhood; they have made the fairy tales into screen memories. Elements and situations derived from fairy tales are also fre- quently to be found in dreams. In interpreting the passages in question the patient will produce the significant fairy tale as an association. In the present paper I shall give two instances of this very common occurrence. But it will not be possible to do more than hint at the relations between the fairy tales and the history of the dreamer's childhood and his neurosis, though this limitation will involve the risk of breaking links which were of the utmost importance to the analyst. Meaning of Primal WOrdr 100 [rest]; care-reck; Balken [beam]-Klobe [log], club. other Indo-Germanic languages into consideration, e number of relevant instances grows accordingly; for example, 'apere [Latin for "take"]-packen [German for "seize"]; ren [Lati for "kidney"]- Niere [German for "kidney"]; leaf-folium tin for "leaf"]; dum-a [Russian for "thought"]' (}yJ16~ [Gree for "spirit", "cour- age"]-medh, mudha [Sanscrit for "mind" , Mut [German for "courage"]; rauchen [German for "to smok ]-Kur-it[Russian for "to smoke"]; kreischen [German for "to riek"]-to shriek, etc.' Abel tries to explain the phenomen of reversal of sound as a doubling or reduplication of the roo . Here we should find some difficulty in following the philolo . t. We remember in this con-
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