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Fortunately this friend is very thin and lanky, and her husband likes full figures. Now of what did this thin friend speak? Of course, of her wish to become rather plumper. You always have such good food. Now the meaning of the dream is clear.
atanisolun.tk I would rather give no more suppers! The smoked salmon in the dream has not yet been traced. It happens that I know the lady, and am able to affirm that she grudges herself salmon just as my patient grudges herself caviar. This dream admits of yet another and more exact interpretation- one which is actually necessitated only by a subsidiary circumstance. The two interpretations do not contradict one another, but rather dovetail into one another, and furnish an excellent example of the usual ambiguity of dreams, as of all other psycho-pathological formations.
We have heard that at the time of her dream of a denied wish the patient was impelled to deny herself a real wish the wish to cat caviar sandwiches. Instead of this, however, she dreamt that one of her own wishes was not fulfilled. The dream becomes capable of a new interpretation if in the dream she does not mean herself, but her friend, if she has put herself in the place of her friend, or, as we may say, has identified herself with her friend.
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This is what authorized Jacques Lacan to reinterpret the same case according to a new view, as we shall soon see. Why does not giving her the caviar allow her to tease him? Above all, exactly how does not making him give the caviar allow her to lovingly torment him?
However, he tells us nothing about the implication between failing to satisfy her desire for caviar on the one hand and the pleasure found in teasing her husband on the other. Some subjects need unsatisfied desires. Here Freud does not answer his own question, and yet it is certainly the right question to ask. Because today we think that hysteria consists precisely in having to create for oneself a versagten , a failed, desire. What strikes us today is not so much the conversion symptoms; in fact, in this case Freud makes no mention of any conversions in the Belle.
He only tells us that the lady is an hysteric, and he somehow also tells us that what the dream reveals is sufficient to illustrate what that hysteria and hysteria in general? Now, it is striking how the three actors of this story — the Belle, the butcher husband, the slim girlfriend — are all marked by relinquishments. The Belle relinquishes the caviar; the husband relinquishes invitations to supper and having his portrait painted; the girlfriend relinquishes the smoked salmon. His position is symmetrical to that of the slim girlfriend: the latter wants to put on weight, perhaps to be more sexually attractive.
In all three, the desire to relinquish the fulfillment of particular desires is related to the desire to be desired — a desire that we all recognize as rather commonplace, the need for sexual success. It is this that authorizes Lacan to speak about metaphor : this in effect implies distinguishing a proper sense from a figurative one.
Now, if we read dreams and neurotic symptoms as metaphoric, we are ipso facto betting on the fact that there is a more interesting signification than the literal one, a signification that brings the metaphor to life and makes it such. In any case, for Freud we always arrive at a desire. If a dream is the imaginary fulfillment of a Wunsch , of a wish, then every dream is the metaphor of some sort of desire, i.
What pushed the Belle to relinquish the caviar, a fatty food? Certainly not the need to lose weight, considering that — as she herself says — her husband prefers round women. Is our Belle perhaps expressing the desire that her husband may no longer desire her? Or does she wish to be more attractive to another man who desires that she were slimmer? Moreover, why does her friend relinquish the salmon? He quotes the case of a hospital where a female patient had hysteric convulsions; soon afterwards, several other female patients had exactly the same convulsions.
According to Freud, this is because the other patients grasped the reason for the first convulsions: for example, a disappointing love letter. In our specific case, Freud — who personally knew the slim girlfriend — does not clearly state that she too was in turn hysteric, even if what happens next lets us grasp this: the hysteric Belle imitates her friend who is also hysteric.
And, in the same way as her friend hysterically relinquishes her favorite dish, smoked salmon, the Belle relinquishes her favorite dish, caviar. The important thing is that they both have an unfulfilled desire. As I was saying, the need to have an unfulfilled desire is the psychognomic feature of hysteria. We know we encounter an hysteric even a male one when we realize that it is essential for him or her to live with some dissatisfaction as a backdrop. In our days, an endless cultivation of unfulfillment flourishes.
Hysterics, when finally fulfilled, miss the piercing but invigorating thrust of desire that makes them feel still alive. Of course, they complain about their failures, but their grumbling is the other side of a form of survival: to feel eternally desirous. She had just obtained some important professional successes, and had gained among her colleagues a heretofore unobtained status of leadership.