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Dream interpretation

Subject Source: UK Archival Thesaurus

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:


'Affect in the Dream', 192110

Reference Code: GBR/3377/WHRivers/4/20
Scope and Contents

This article applies the theories of Freud to cases of neurosis where the patient has nightmares about battle.

Dates: 192110

Letter to Rivers from Osler regarding a claustrophobia case

Reference Code: GBR/3377/WHRivers/3/15
Scope and Contents

The letter is letter-headed '13 Norham Gardens, Oxford'. Osler writes that he himself is very interested in dreams and describes himself as a 'student' of his own dreams.


Note to Rivers from Siegfried Sassoon containing a poem called 'Dream Psychology', 1921-03-16

Reference Code: GBR/3377/WHRivers/3/22
Scope and Contents

Sassoon shares with Rivers a light-hearted poem, 'Dream Psychology', that came to him after a dream in which he expresses his feelings about his mother and how he wishes she could 'begin all over again'. Sassoon signs off with his monogram. He refers to Rivers's involvement with 'poetry analysis' and how he wishes to contribute. Rivers treated Sassoon when Sassoon was recovering from war trauma and they became close friends.

Dates: 1921-03-16