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Interpretation of Dreams

Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)

1. Preface to the Third, Second, and First Editions
2. Chapter I: The Scientific Literature Dealing with the Problems of Dreams a: The Relation of Dreams to Waking Life
3. Chapter I b: The Material of Dreams -- Memory in Dreams
4. Chapter I c: The Stimuli and Sources of Dreams Part 1
5. Chapter I c: The Stimuli and Sources of Dreams Part 2
6. Chapter I d: Why Dreams Are Forgotten After Waking
7. Chapter I e: The Psychological Peculiarities of Dreams
8. Chapter I f: The Ethical Sense in Dreams
9. Chapter I g: Dream-Theories and the Function of the Dream
10. Chapter I h: The Relation between Dreams and Mental Diseases
11. Chapter II: The Method of Dream Interpretation Part 1
12. Chapter II: The Method of Dream Interpretation Part 2
13. Chapter III: The Dream as Wish Fulfillment
14. Chapter IV: Distortion in Dreams Part 1
15. Chapter V: Material and Sources of Dreams a: Recent and Indifferent Impressions in the Dream Part 1
16. Chapter IV: Distortion in Dreams Part 2
17. Chapter V: Material and Sources of Dreams a: Recent and Indifferent Impressions in the Dream Part 2
18. Chapter V b: Infantile Experiences as the Source of Dreams Part 1
19. Chapter V b: Infantile Experiences as the Source of Dreams Part 2
20. Chapter V c: The Somatic Sources of Dreams
21. Chapter V d: Typical Dreams - Embarrassing Dreams of Being Naked
22. Chapter V d: Typical Dreams - Dreams of the Death of Persons of Whom the Dreamer is Fond Part 1
23. Chapter V d: Typical Dreams - Dreams of the Death of Persons of Whom the Dreamer is Fond Part 2
24. Chapter V d: Typical Dreams - Other Typical Dreams
25. Chapter V d: Typical Dreams - Examination Dreams
26. Chapter VI: The Dream Work a: Condensation Part 1
27. Chapter VI: The Dream Work a: Condensation Part 2
28. Chapter VI b: The Work of Displacement
29. Chapter VI c: The Means of Representation in Dreams Part 1
30. Chapter VI c: The Means of Representation in Dreams Part 2
31. Chapter VI d: Regard for Representability
32. Chapter VI e: Representation in Dreams by Symbols: Some Further Typical Dreams Part 1
33. Chapter VI e: Representation in Dreams by Symbols: Some Further Typical Dreams Part 2
34. Chapter VI f: Examples - Arithmetic and Speech in Dreams
35. Chapter VI g: Absurd Dreams - Intellectual Performances in Dreams Part 1
36. Chapter VI g: Absurd Dreams - Intellectual Performances in Dreams Part 2
37. Chapter VI h: The Affects in Dreams Part 1
38. Chapter VI h: The Affects in Dreams Part 2
39. Chapter VI i: The Secondary Elaboration
40. Chapter VII: The Psychology of the Dream Processes a: The Forgetting of Dreams Part 1
41. Chapter VII: The Psychology of the Dream Processes a: The Forgetting of Dreams Part 2
42. Chapter VII b: Regression
43. Chapter VII c: The Wish Fulfillment Part 1
44. Chapter VII c: The Wish Fulfillment Part 2
45. Chapter VII d: Waking Caused by Dreams -- The Function of Dreams -- The Anxiety Dream
46. Chapter VII e: The Primary and Secondary Processes. Repression
47. Chapter VII f: The Unconscious and Consciousness. Reality.

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A neat book on dream analysis by the founding father of psychoanalysis. This book is about the inner theater and the workings of the mind in the dreaming state. Covering lots of topics, the Austrian psychoanalyst's work on dreams is worth reading for anyone who would get up with a question mark face, trying to remember the dream they had just moments before and trying to understand what message their dream was conveying, if at all it was.