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This book is very readable, in the sense that it is short and its language is remarkably free from the "jargon" that so confuses physicians who wish to learn something about psychiatry and psychoanalysis. In addition, the material is copiously illustrated with brief, concise and understandable case reports, diagrams and reproductions of drawings by patients.
The author is a pupil of Wilhelm Stekel, who founded a school of psychoanalysis, differing in some respects from the so-called "orthodox Freudian school." Because of these differences, followers of Sigmund Freud may object to some of the theories and interpretations presented in this book.
The Language of the Dream.. Ann Intern Med. 1939;12:2047. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-12-12-2047_2
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