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JONES, Alfred Ernest

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The Oedipus-complex as an explanation of Hamlet's mystery: A study in motive.

The American Journal of Psychology, Vol. 21, No. 1, 72-113., 1910.

Jones developed this thesis based on Freud's comments on the play, as expressed to Wilhelm Fliess in 1897,[2] before Freud published the ideas in Chapter V of The Interpretation of Dreams (1900). Jones later developed the paper more fully; It was published in book form as Hamlet and Oedipus (1949). Full text of the 1910 paper from Wikisource at this link.



Subjects: LITERATURE / Philosophy & Medicine & Biology › Drama › Shakespeare, Psychoanalysis