Dora - Section 4 Summary & Analysis

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In this section, Freud continues his process of dream interpretation, but with Dora’s second dream. She tells him that her dream began with her wandering in a strange town. She arrived at the house that she lived, and read a letter from her mother telling her that her father had been ill, but now has died. Her mother also writes that Dora should come, if she would “like” (86). Then, Dora searches for a train station in order to get home, but everyone she asks for directions tells her that it is five minutes away. She enters a forest where she meets a man who tells her the station is two and a half hours away, and that he can help her find it, but she goes off alone. Dora sees the station, but still cannot reach it; somehow she arrives, and the maid...

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