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Sigmund Freud and the connection to 1984

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Alex Flack

on 13 June 2014

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Transcript of Sigmund Freud and the connection to 1984

What is a dream?
a) A wish you wish for you

b) Images, thoughts or emotions within the mind

c) Something as important as the mangoes in Common Magic
Can dreams control your conscious and ability to stay in a stable society?
Freud states that in order to live in a stable society you must be able to control or repress urges; however these impulses must find a way to be released and usually do so in the form of a dream.


“Dreams are the royal road to the unconscious.”
Freud's Theory
Dreams are connected to your conscious and inner workings of your mind such as the Id, Ego and Super Ego
Winston's Dreams
Winston dreams about the following things:

The Golden Country

His mother

The girl with brown hair
Winston's Dreams
The End
Sigmund Freud and the connection to 1984
A dream is defined as:

a succession of images, thoughts, or emotions passing through the mind during sleep

the sleeping state in which this occurs

an object seen in a dream
ID: centered around primal impulses, pleasures, desires, unchecked urges and wish fulfillment

EGO: concerned with the conscious, the rational, the moral and the self-aware aspect of the mind

SUPEREGO: the censor for the id, which is also responsible for enforcing the moral codes of the ego
Winston's mother: Ego and Superego

Girl with brown hair: Id
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