The Interpretation of Dreams
Author Sigmund Freud
Intro by Richard Stevens
The Interpretation of Dreams is a seminal work of psychological and cultural heritage and probably the most important of Freud’s impressive output. Published in 1899 but revised by Freud himself many times, it outlines his theories on the unconscious and dream symbolism. Though superseded by subsequent developments and research, it retains its place as a hugely influential and significant opus. This new deluxe edition uses A.A. Brill’s 1913 translation of the third edition, with a new introduction by expert Dr Richard Stevens, who discusses the context, reception, influence, importance and merits or otherwise of Freud’s text and Brill’s translation – truly one of the most influential, if controversial, Great Works that Shape Our World.
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Hardback, Deluxe edition, printed on silver, matt laminated, gold and silver foil stamped, embossed., 448 pages, 184000 words
Series: Great Works that Shape our World
Dimensions: 234 x 153 x 43 mm