Publisher: William Collins UK Paperback: 640 pages PSYCHOLOGY /Psychoanalysis
The virtuous man contents himself with dreaming that which the wicked man does in actual life.
At the turn of the twentieth century, Sigmund Freud published a controversial and groundbreaking theory. Our dreams, he proposed, are as complex and multifaceted as human nature itself, and understanding the unconscious mind is key to revealing our true hopes and desires. Highly engaging and compelling, Freud’s research explores dreams and nightmares of every kind, including his own.
First published in 1900, The Interpretation of Dreams is considered by many to be Freud’s most significant work, helping to establish his reputation as the founder of psychoanalysis and continuing to fascinate readers today.