Review of the Book „Dante, Freud and Dalí: What They Might Have in Common? Psychoanalytic Reflections on Dante’s Inferno”, author: Marius Dumitrescu, Lumen Publishing
Keywords:Dante, Sigmund Freud, Salvador Dali, Marius Dumitrescu
This paper is a review of the book „Dante, Freud and Dalí: What They Might Have in Common? Psychoanalytic Reflections on Dante’s Inferno”, authored by PhD professor Marius Dumitrescu, publiahed by Lumen Publishing House from Iasi, Romania, in 2022.
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