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|Epigraph||The Latin epigraph "Flectere si nequeo superos, Acheronta movebo" is from Virgil's epic poem the Aeneid. One literal t... Read More|
|Prefaces||Freud places his work in the context of medical science. He links dreams to other "abnormal" mental phenomena, includi... Read More|
|Chapter 1, Part 1||Freud announces the aim of this book is to show "there is a psychological technique which makes it possible to interpr... Read More|
|Chapter 1, Part 2||Freud returns to something he said at the beginning of the book: "dreams are the result of our own activity." Therefor... Read More|
|Chapter 2||Freud begins by allying himself with one group of dream theories from the previous chapter. He stands with those who r... Read More|
|Chapter 3||In this chapter Freud compares his investigation to a path. After passing through a narrow path and suddenly coming out ... Read More|
|Chapter 4||Freud begins by addressing objections to the theory all dreams are wish fulfillments. He ventriloquizes an opponent wh... Read More|
|Chapter 5, Part 1||Freud reminds readers of the characteristics of memory in dreams: Dreams prefer recent memories from the days im... Read More|
|Chapter 5, Part 2||Freud repeats many of the arguments he outlined in Chapter 1, and he cites many of the same sources. He does not deny ... Read More|
|Chapter 6, Part 1||Freud reminds readers his research on dreams is unique. Everyone else, from philosophers to lay people, has dealt only... Read More|
|Chapter 6, Part 2||Freud says concrete rather than abstract terms are better for dream representation: "A dream-thought [latent content] ... Read More|
|Chapter 6, Part 3||Before Freud gets to calculations and speeches in dreams, he starts with more examples of displacement, condensation, ... Read More|
|Chapter 6, Part 4||In this section Freud examines why feelings in dreams often do not match the dreams' subject matter. He uses the word ... Read More|
|Chapter 7, Part 1||Freud begins by recounting a dream a woman told him, a dream that she heard about, and then redreamed. A father sat by... Read More|
|Chapter 7, Part 2||In this section Freud considers whether dreams can sometimes disturb sleep rather than function as sleep's guardians. ... Read More|
|Appendix A||In a paper written 10 days after he completed the manuscript of The Interpretation of Dreams, Freud considers the case o... Read More|