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Dreams That Turn Over a Page : Paradoxical Dreams in Psychoanalysis
Jean-Michel Quinodoz
Routledge (New York: Brunner/Mazel) / Softcover / 2002-06-01 / 1583912657
New Library of Psychoanalysis / Dreams & Symbols
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A Volume (43) in the series The New Library of Psychoanalysis Published in Association with the Institute of Psycho-Analysis, London

Quinodoz describes the important technical implications of this understanding, suggesting that it is essential to interpret to the patient that the anxiety indicates not a regression, but a shift in the opposite direction. In addition to the theory and discussion of the literature, he gives many clinical examples of such dreams from patients in psychoanalysis to illustrate the concepts of dreams that turn over a page. As Freud’s classical theory of dreams does not by itself suffice to interpret or explain the formation of these particular dreams, Quinodoz invokes contemporary ideas to understand the underlying transformations which bring the ‘return’ of split-off parts of the self during the phases of integration.
The author considers the reasons why dreams that mark this transition have a more powerful impact than others on both patient and analyst, and observes similarities between the clinical impact of such a dream and the aesthetic impact of a work of art.

Jean-Michel Quinodoz is a psychoanalyst in private practice in Geneva. He is Training Analyst of the Swiss Psychoanalytic Society and is the author of The Taming of Solitude: Separation Anxiety in Psychoanalysis . He is also Editor for Europe of the International Journal of psychoanalysis.

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