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Section K: Background Books

Adams, Hazard. Philosophy of the Literary Symbolic. Tallahassee, Florida: University Presses of Florida, 1983. 466 pages. Claims that Freud's theory of the dream is not

so much linguistic as allegorical in the sense of being based on a substitutive function, and that it is only in the work of Lacan and his followers that the importance of language to Freud's theory of dreams emerges (p. 163). Affranchissement du transfert et de la lettre.