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Freud's Theory of Dreams, Antoni Cwojdzinski

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Freud's Theory of Dreams, Antoni Cwojdzinski


Antoni Cwojdzinski (1896-1972) was a Polish comedian and theatrical actor (active under the pseudonym Antoni Wojdan) and a director of theater and film as well as a playwright.  He studied drama in Warsaw, Cracow, and Lviv, and, at one point, studied under the director Leon Schiller, who himself was engaged with participants of Poland’s Yiddish theater.


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