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BEILLARD-ROBERT, Ludivine. The dream, a sewn dress of language. Trivium [online]. 2017, vol.9, n.2, pp. 210-217. ISSN 2176-4891.

We rely on the linguistic threads that weave the dream as the formation of the unconscious. Our aim is to consider the link that language maintains with sewing and clothing. Since, in addition to the expressions making use of the field of clothing, there are as many uses of words and etymological slides which, from clothing to common language, or from language common to clothing, offer a panel of references to clothing. So that from this incursion of the lexicon of sewing and clothing into the dream, we will question the impregnation of the clothing language in the unconscious.


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