Dreams and History: The Interpretation of Dreams from Ancient Greece to Modern Psychoanalysis

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List of figures
5.1 Anne Bathurst (1707) 91
7.1 The Fortune Teller, London, 1890, title page 124
8.1 Jean-Jacques Grandville, 'First Dream: Crime and Atonement', 1847 137
8.2 Jean-Jacques Grandville, 'Second Dream: A Stroll in the Sky', 1847 138
8.3 Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746-1828), 'The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters' (Caprichos, no. 43), 1796-1797. Etching and aquatint; first edition, 1799 139
8.4 Jean-Jacques Grandville, 'The Metamorphoses of Sleep', 1844 144
8.5 d'Hervey de Saint-Denys, 'Les rêves et les moyens de les diriger', 1867 145
8.6 Victor Hugo, 'Dentelles et Spectres', undated, Paris 147
8.7 Charles Meryon, 'The Vampire' (Le Strye de Notre Dame), 1853 148
8.8 Charles Meryon, 'Collège Henri IV', 1864 149
8.9 Odilon Redon, 'There was perhaps a first vision attempted in the flower', 1883 151
10.1 The Interpretation of Dreams of Martyn Zadeka, Moscow, 1885, front cover 178
10.2 A Million Dreams. A New and Complete Dreambook, Moscow, 1901 183
10.3 The Dreambook. 215 Dreams or the Interpretation of Dreams by Various Egyptian and Indian Sages and Astronomers, Mtsera, 1883, front cover 188
12.1 Hanna Segal, 1997 237
14.1 Salvador Dali, 'The Accommodations of Desire', 1929 253
14.2 Louis Umgelter, 'Cerebral Palsy', 1906 260
14.3 Man Ray, 'Le Violon d'Ingres', 1924 266
14.4 René Magritte, 'Le Viol', 1934 267

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