Dora: An Analysis of a Case of Hysteria

In Freud's "Dora" his interpretation of her dreams is incomplete why?

Frued interpret that Dora dreams was mostly sexual. But that not true

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The case study "Dora" is a controversial one. Freud interprets "Dora's" (this is not actually the name of the actual patient, of course) dreams as symptomatic of her jealousy for her mother's sexual relationship with her father. Whether or not this is "incomplete" is itself open to interpretation, of course.