This is a continuation of a paper on dreams (see Revue Scientifique, March 30th, 1901), and deals especially with the dreams of epileptics. Reference is made to Duaste's cases, in which dreams occurred during the epileptic seizure only (Journal de Médecine de Bordeaux, Nos. xlviii and xlvix, 1899); but the possibility of the dream being merely an aura must not be dismissed. Certain characteristics of epileptic dreams are to be noted: the predominance of the colour red; certain parts of the body especially figure: the head, the sexual organs, the chest; the introduction of strong animals, the act of falling, etc.
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