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Freud, S. (1913). An Evidential Dream. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XII (1911-1913): The Case of Schreber, Papers on Technique and Other Works, 267-278.

Freud, S. (1913). [SEL267a1]An Evidential Dream. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XII (1911-1913): The Case of Schreber, Papers on Technique and Other Works, 267-278

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[SEL267a2]Editor's Note to "An Evidential Dream"

[SEL267a3]Ein Traum Als Beweismittel

[SEL267a4](a) German Editions:

[SEL267a5]1913 Int. Z- Psychoanal, 1 (1), 73-8.

[SEL267a6]1918 S.K.S.N. 4, 177-188. (1922, 2nd ed.)

[SEL267a7]1925 G.S., 3, 267-77.

[SEL267a8]1925 Traumlehre, 11-21.

[SEL267a9]1931 Sexualtheorie und Traumlehre 316-26.

[SEL267a10]1946 G.W., 10, 12-22.

[SEL267a11](b) English Translation:

[SEL267a12]‘A Dream which Bore Testimony’ 1924 C.P., 2, 133-43. (Tr. E. Glover.)

[SEL267a13]The present translation is based on that published in 1924.

[SEL267a14]On its first appearance in the Zeitschrift (early in 1913) this paper was the first of several by various authors included under a general caption ‘Beiträge zur Traumdeutung’ (‘Contributions to Dream-Interpretation’).

[SEL267a15]The paper presents the peculiarity of being a dream-analysis at second hand. Apart from this, it is noteworthy for containing a remarkably clear account of the part played by the latent dream-thoughts in the formation of dreams and for its insistence on the necessity for keeping in mind the distinction between the dream-thoughts and the dream itself.

[SEL267a16]A lady suffering from doubting mania and obsessive ceremonials insisted that her nurses should never let her out of their sight for a single moment: otherwise she would begin to brood about forbidden actions that she might have committed while she was not being watched.

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