Charlie Azzopardi graduated in Psychology at the University of Malta and extensively trained in the field of drug addiction in which he has worked for the last eleven years. An admirer of both Dalinian art as well as Freudian psychoanalysis, he has studied extensively in both fields.
In this superb book he presents a psychoanalytical interpretation of Dali’s surrealist period. The main and most revealing of Dali’s paintings are analysed into a coherent metaphorical interpretation from an orthodox Freudian perspective.
Written with flair and a genuine love of both art and psychology the author has crafted an extremely readable and informative volume.