Dora - Section 3, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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In the third section of the case history, Freud begins his process of dream interpretation, beginning with Dora’s “First Dream.” Dora told him about a recurring dream that she kept having, and Freud writes that he felt eager to analyze it closely in order to fit it in with her treatment as a whole.

Dora told him that she dreamt of a house that was on fire, and her father woke her up to get her out of the house. As they were about to leave, her mother insisted on looking for her jewel-case; Dora’s father tells her they will “burn” if they do so, and they get out of the house (56). As soon as they reach outside, Dora wakes up. Dora tells Freud that she had this dream three consecutive nights at the K’s residence on the lake where...

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