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Freud et la bande dessinée : une rencontre onirique

Abstract : In this article, we wish to shed light on the analogous and isomorphic links that exist between the structure of dreams according to Freud and that of comics. Indeed, in The Interpretation of Dreams, Freud used only one illustration: Is it not surprising that the illustration he chose was a comic strip? Far from being anecdotal, we consider that this choice reveals the homologous procedural links that govern the work of dreams and the work of comics. To demonstrate this homology, we relate the comic strip chosen by Freud to illustrate the work of the dream with the works of Winsor McCay, a renowned author and an explorer of dream activity.
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Juliette Marotta, Christian Bonnet, Guy Gimenez. Freud et la bande dessinée : une rencontre onirique. Bulletin de psychologie, Groupe d'étude de psychologie, 2020, 565, pp.57-67. ⟨10.3917/bupsy.565.0057⟩. ⟨hal-02477021⟩

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