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Smith, M.H. (1924). An Interesting Dream. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:468-469.

(1924). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 5:468-469

An Interesting Dream

M. Hamblin Smith

In Conflict and Dream, by the late W. H. R. Rivers, a case is related in which a series of associations was started by a name casually noticed in a medical journal. I believe that a somewhat similar process is illustrated by the following instance.

A dream was brought to me for interpretation. The patient was a fellow-doctor, whom I have known for many years. The dream was to the effect that he was in medical practice in the Falkland Islands. He was very vague as to the geographical situation and the character of these islands, knew no one living there, and had never thought of going there or, indeed, anywhere abroad.


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