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The Interpretation of Dreams: The Complete and Definitive Text

September 10, 2012 on 3:34 am | In History and Beliefs, Interpreting Dreams | 3 Comments
The Interpretation of Dreams, by Sigmund Freud

The Interpretation of Dreams, by Sigmund Freud

What are the most common dreams and why do we have them? What does a dream about death mean? What do dreams of swimming, failing, or flying symbolize?
First published by Sigmund Freud in 1899, The Interpretation of Dreamsconsiders why we dream and what it means in the larger picture of our psychological lives. Delving into theories of manifest and latent dream content, the special language of dreams, dreams as wish fulfillments, the significance of childhood experiences, and much more, Freud, widely considered the “father of psychoanalysis,” thoroughly and thoughtfully examines dream psychology.
Encompassing dozens of case histories and detailed analyses of actual dreams, this landmark text presents Freud’s legendary work as a tool for comprehending our sleeping experiences.

Renowned for translating Freud’s German writings into English, James Strachey—with the assistance of Anna Freud—first published this edition in 1953. Incorporating all textual alterations made by Freud over a period of thirty years, it remains the most complete translation of the work in print.

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  1. Freud in my home This is a very interesting book although I do find the diction and sentence structure somewhat hard to read even at college level.

    Comment by Ethel Jean Saltz "Heard It From Tetragrammaton" — September 9, 2012 #

  2. Interesting, but also boring :/ I got 5 of his books. Started with Moses one. Glad I did. Haven’t had time to read the others but Freud is my psychiatrist for sure. Just because he explained his feelings when leaving Austria for London. What publishing freedom is all about and how it changes your reasoning. Same feeling I get with the encouragement of Amazon to help others by writing reviews like this. I do use others reviews.

    Comment by Ty — September 10, 2012 #

  3. The book is too long to read, and probably wont finish it. It so confusing with powerful and strong words or should I say archaic words. After reading a couple of chapters, it did help me to interpret my dreams and I had more dreams than ever after reading this book. What I found very interesting was that your dreams can tell you if your are sick without you even knowing it. Pretty Cool info. Overall, interesting book if you want to get to know more about your wicked dreams or just want to learn about dreams. Try to get through the tough words and vocabulary.

    Comment by Anonymous — September 10, 2012 #

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