There is a growing interest in Wilfred R. Bion, as demonstrated by the increasing number of papers in the best psychoanalytic journals, meetings and books about his thinking, but there is not much on A Memoir of the Future. 1 So, the idea of a book on this topic is to fill a void in the area of Bion’s studies. MF is exceptionally interesting because, while by some it was thought to be evidence of Bion’s presumed senility, on the contrary it represents the last challenge he issued to the psychoanalytic Establishment. The three books that make up MF are admittedly the recounting of a long uninterrupted dream in which Bion deals with very important theoretical matters in a narrative way, showing once again how he was establishing a new paradigm in psychoanalysis, which can be named ‘aesthetic’.