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Sharpe, E.F. (1925). Psycho-Analysis and Aesthetics: By Charles Baudouin. Translated from the French by Eden and Cedar Paul. (Allen & Unwin, London, 1924. Pp. 328. Price 16 s.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 6:79-81.

(1925). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 6:79-81

Psycho-Analysis and Aesthetics: By Charles Baudouin. Translated from the French by Eden and Cedar Paul. (Allen & Unwin, London, 1924. Pp. 328. Price 16 s.

Review by:
E. F. Sharpe

In the Preface the translators claim for this book that it 'is an application of psycho-analysis to the theory of æsthetics as illustrated by a detailed study of Verhaeren's works'. The 'interpretation Freud has supplied for dreams Baudouin achieves for the imagery of the artistic creator.' Psycho-Analysis and Aesthetics solves the 'riddle of artistic appreciation'. Baudouin 'claims no merit for having brought our analysis to so satisfactory

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