Dreams, in Freud's see, are all shapes of "wish fulfillment" — endeavors by the oblivious to resolve a strife of a few sort, whether something later or something from the breaks of the past (afterward in Past the Joy Rule, Freud would examine dreams which don't show up to be wish-fulfillment). Because the data within the oblivious is in an unruly and regularly aggravating frame, a "censor" within the preconscious will not permit it to pass unaltered into the cognizant. Amid dreams, the preconscious is more remiss in this obligation than in waking hours, but is still mindful: as such, the unconscious must misshape and twist the meaning of its data to form it through the censorship. As such, pictures in dreams are frequently not what they show up to be, concurring to Freud, and require more profound elucidation in the event that they are to educate on the structures of the oblivious.
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