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(1967). Meeting of the Psychoanalytic Association of New York. Psychoanal Q., 36:325-326.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:325-326

Meeting of the Psychoanalytic Association of New York

March 7, 1966. FREUD'S DREAM OF THE OPEN-AIR CLOSET. Alexander Grinstein, M.D.

The author presented material from a chapter in his forthcoming book on Freud's dreams, which will study the source material of Freud's allusions and references in his associations to his dreams.

In discussing Freud's associations to his dream of the open-air closet, Grinstein reviewed the story of Hercules, to which Freud referred. He then quoted Jonathan Swift's account of Gulliver's extinguishing the fire in the Lilliputians' palace by urinating on it; as a result of his action, Gulliver was threatened with having his eyes enucleated, a punishment symbolic of castration. Freud then referred to Garnier's illustrations to Rabelais' Gargantua, the pages of which he had been turning over before going to sleep.

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