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Contents of the Standard Edition
vol. 1-24, with page numbers

Sigmund Freud 1953-74,The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works 24 vols, The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, London, tr. from Gesammelte Werke).

The following list is abbreviated from the Contents pages of the individual volumes. In addition to the titles listed here, each work is provided with an Editorial Note or Introduction, and every volume (with the exception of Volumes 4 and 15) is supplied with a BIBLIOGRAPHY AND AUTHOR INDEX, a LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS and a GENERAL INDEX at the end of the book.

General Preface                                                                                           xiii
Report on my Studies in Paris and Berlin (1956a [1886])                                 1
Preface to the Translation of Charcot's Lectures on the Diseases of the  Nervous System (1886f)   17
Observation of a Severe Case of Hemi-Anaesthesia in a Hysterical Male (1886d)  23
Two Short Reviews (1887)
 Review of Averbeck's Die akute Neurasthenie (1887a)                                   35
 Review of Weir Mitchell's Die Behandlung gewisser Formen von  Neurasthenie und Hysterie (1887b)     36
Hysteria (1888b)                                                                                           37
 Appendix: Hystero-Epilepsy                                                                       58
Papers on Hypnotism and Suggestion (1888-1892)
Editor's Introduction                                                                                    63
Preface to the Translation of Bernheim's Suggestion (1888x [1888-9])            71
 Appendix: Preface to the Second German Edition                                       86
Review of August Forel's Hypnotism (1889a)                                                89
Hypnosis (1891d)                                                                                       103
A Case of Successful Treatment by Hypnotism (1892b [1892-93])               115
Preface and Footnotes to the Translation of Charcot's
 Tuesday Lectures (1892a [1892-94])                                                              129
Sketches for the 'Preliminary Communication' of 1893 (1940-41 [1892])
 (A) Letter to Josef Breuer (1941a)                                                             147
 (B) 'III' (1941b)                                                                                          149
 (C) On the Theory of Hysterical Attacks (1940d)                                      151
Some Points for a Comparative Study of Organic and Hysterical
Motor Paralyses (1893c [1888-1893])                                                           155

Extracts from the Fliess Papers (1950a [1892-1899])                                    173
 (Including: Draft A.; Draft B.: The Aetiology of the Neuroses;
 Draft D.: On the Aetiology and Theory of the Major Neuroses;
 Draft E.: How Anxiety Originates; Draft F.: Collection III;
 Draft G.: Melancholia; Draft H.: Paranoia; Draft I.: Migraine:
 Established Points; Draft J.: Frau P. J. (aged 27); Draft K.:
 The Neuroses of Defence (A Christmas Fairy Tale); Draft L.:
 Notes I; Draft M.: Notes II; Draft N.: Notes III.
 Also: Letters numbered: 14, 18, 21, 22, 46, 50, 52, 55, 56, 57,
 59, 60, 61, 64, 66, 67, 69, 70, 71, 72,73, 75, 79, 84, 97, 101, 102, 105, 125.
Project for a Scientific Psychology (1950a [1895])                                        281
 Key to Abbreviations in the Project                                                            294
 [Part I] General Scheme                                                                             295
 Editor's Appendix A: Freud's Use of the Concept of Regression              344
 [Part II] Psychopathology                                                                          347
 [Part III] Attempt to Represent Normal y Processes                                 360
 Appendix B: Extract from Freud's Letter 39 to Fliess of January 1, 1896   388
 Editor's Appendix C: The Nature of Q                                                      392

Studies on Hysteria 1895d (1893-1895)   Josef Breuer & Sigmund Freud
I      On the Psychical Mechanism of Hysterical Phenomena:
       Preliminary Communication (1893a) (Breuer and Freud)                         1
II     Case Histories                                                                                       19
    (1) Fräulein Anna O. (Breuer)                                                                  21
    (2) Frau Emmy von N. (Freud)                                                                48
    (3) Miss Lucy R. (Freud)                                                                         106
    (4) Katharina —— (Freud)                                                                     125
    (5) Fräulein Elisabeth von R. (Freud)                                                      135
III   Theoretical (Breuer)                                                                            183
IV   The Psychotherapy of Hysteria (Freud)                                              253
Editor's Appendix A: The Chronology of the Case of Frau Emmy von N. 307
Editor's Appendix B: List of Writings by Freud dealing principally
  with Conversion Hysteria                                                                        310

Preface to Freud's Shorter Writings 1893-1906 (1906)                                    1
Charcot (1893f)                                                                                              7
On the Psychical Mechanism of Hysterical Phenomena: A Lecture (1893a)   25
The Neuro-Psychoses of Defence (1894a)                                                    41
 Appendix: The Emergence of Freud's Fundamental Hypotheses                62
Obsessions and Phobias: Their Psychical Mechanism and their Aetiology (1895c [1894]) 69
  Editor's Appendix: Freud's Views on Phobias                                            83
On the Grounds for Detaching a Particular Syndrome from Neurasthenia
  under the Description 'Anxiety Neurosis' (1895b [1894])                            85
Editor's Appendix: The Term 'Angst' and its English Translation 116
A Reply to Criticisms of my Paper on Anxiety Neurosis (1895f)                 119
Heredity and the Aetiology of the Neuroses (1896a)                                 141
Further Remarks on the Neuro-Psychoses of Defence (1896b)                   157
The Aetiology of Hysteria (1896c)                                                              187
Abstracts of the Scientific Writings of Dr. Sigm. Freud 1877-1897 (1897b)  223
Sexuality in the Aetiology of the Neuroses (1898a)                                     259
The Psychical Mechanism of Forgetfulness (1898b)                                     287
Screen Memories (1899a)                                                                            299
Autobiographical Note (1901c [1899])                                                         323

The Interpretation of Dreams (1900a)
I      The Scientific Literature Dealing with the Problems of Dreams               1
II     The Method of Interpreting Dreams. An Analysis of a Specimen Dream 96
III   A Dream is the Fulfilment of a Wish                                                    122
IV   Distortion in Dreams                                                                           134
V     The Material and Sources of Dreams                                                   163
VI   The Dream-Work: Sections (A)-(C)                                                     277

The Interpretation of Dreams (continued)
VI   The Dream-Work: Sections (D)-(I)                                                      339
VII  The Psychology of the Dream-Processes                                             509
Appendix A: A Premonitory Dream Fulfilled                                              623
Editor's Appendix B: List of Writings by Freud dealing predominantly
or largely with Dreams                                                                               626
ON DREAMS (1901a)                                                                                 629
Index of Dreams                                                                                         715

The Psychopathology of Everyday Life (1901b)
Index of Parapraxes                                                                                   291

Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria (1905e [1901]) ['Dora']          1
Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality (1905d)                                              123
I      The Sexual Aberrations                                                                       135
II     Infantile Sexuality                                                                                173
III   The Transformations of Puberty                                                         207
  Summary                                                                                                  231
Editor's Appendix: List of Writings by Freud dealing predominantly
or largely with Sexuality                                                                             244
Freud's Psycho-Analytic Procedure (1904a [1903])                                     247
On Psychotherapy (1905a [1904])                                                               255
My Views on the Part Played by Sexuality in the Aetiology of the
 Neuroses (1906a [1905])                                                                            269
Psychical (or Mental) Treatment (1890) [formerly (1905b)]                         281
Psychopathic Characters on the Stage (1942a [1905 or 1906])                     303

Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious (1905c)
Editor's Appendix: Franz Brentano's Riddles                                             237
Index of Jokes                                                                                            245

Delusions and Dreams in Jensen's 'Gradiva' (1907a [1906])                                1
 Postscript to the Second Edition (1912)                                                       94
Psycho-Analysis and the Establishment of the Facts in Legal Proceedings (1906c) 97
Obsessive Actions and Religious Practices (1907b)                                      115
The Sexual Enlightenment of Children (1907c)                                            129
Creative Writers and Day-Dreaming (1908e [1907])                                   141
Hysterical Phantasies and their Relation to Bisexuality (1908a)                   155
Character and Anal Erotism (1908b)                                                           167
'Civilized' Sexual Morality and Modern Nervous Illness (1908d)                177
On the Sexual Theories of Children (1908c)                                                205
Some General Remarks on Hysterical Attacks (1909a [1908])                     227
Family Romances (1909c [1908])                                                                  235
Shorter Writings (1903-1909)
 Contribution to a Questionnaire on Reading, 1907d                                  245
 Prospectus for Schriften zur angewandten Seelenkunde 1907e                        248
 Preface to Wilhelm Stekel's Nervous Anxiety-States and their Treatment, 1908f
 Preface to Sándor Ferenczi's Psycho-Analysis: Essays in the Field of Psycho-Analysis, 1910b [1909]     252
 Contributions to the Neue Freie Presse, (1903-4)                                          253

Analysis of a Phobia in a Five-Year-Old Boy (1909b) ['Little Hans']               1
 Postscript (1922c)                                                                                       148
Notes upon a Case of Obsessional Neurosis [the Rat-man] (1909d)           151
 I. Extracts from the Case History                                                              158
 II. Theoretical                                                                                            221
 Addendum: Original Record of the Case (1955a)                                      251
Editor's Appendix: Some Writings by Freud Dealing with Anxiety
 and Phobias in Children and with Obsessional Neurosis                           319

FIVE LECTURES ON PSYCHO-ANALYSIS (1910a [1909])                           1
Appendix: List of Freud's Expository Works                                               56
The Future Prospects of Psycho-Analytic Therapy (1910d)                        139
The Antithetical Meaning of Primal Words (1910e)                                     153
A Special Type of Choice of Object made by Men (Contributions
  to the Psychology of Love, I) (1910h)                                                       163
On the Universal Tendency to Debasement in the Sphere of
  Love (Contributions to the Psychology of Love, II) (1912d)                    177
The Taboo of Virginity (Contributions to the Psychology of Love, III) (1918a [1917])    191
The Psycho-Analytic View of Psychogenic Disturbance of Vision (1910i)    209
'Wild' Psycho-Analysis (1910k)                                                                   219
Shorter Writings (1910)
 Contributions to a Discussion on Suicide (1910g)                                       231
 Letter to Dr. Friedrich S. Krauss on Anthropophyteia (1910f)                      233
Two Instances of Pathogenic Phantasies Revealed by the Patients Themselves (1910j)   236
 Review of Wilhelm Neutra's Letters to Neurotic Women (1910m)                  238

Psycho-Analytic Notes on an Autobiographical Account of a Case                1
 of Paranoia (Dementia Paranoides) (1911c) [Schreber, Senatspräsident]
 Postscript (1912 [1911])                                                                               80
Papers on Technique (1911-1915 [1914])
Editor's Introduction                                                                                    85
The Handling of Dream-Interpretation in Psycho-Analysis (1911e)              89
The Dynamics of Transference (1912b)                                                        97
Recommendations to Physicians Practising Psycho-Analysis (1912e)           109
On Beginning the Treatment (Further Recommendations on the
 Technique of Psycho-Analysis, I) (1913c)                                                   121
Remembering, Repeating and Working-Through (Further
Recommendations on the Technique of Psycho-Analysis, II) (1914g)          145
Observations on transference-love (Further Recommendations
 on the Technique of Psycho-Analysis III) (1915a [1914])                            157
Editor's Appendix: List of Writings by Freud dealing mainly with
Psycho-Analytic Technique and the Theory of Psychotherapy                   172
Dreams in Folklore (1957a [1911]) (Freud and Oppenheim)                        175
On Psycho-Analysis (1913m [1911])                                                            205
Formulations on the Two Principles of Mental Functioning (1911b)            213
Types of Onset of Neurosis (1912c)                                                            227
Contributions to a Discussion on Masturbation (1912f)                              239
A Note on the Unconscious in Psycho-Analysis (1912g)                             255
An Evidential Dream (1913a)                                                                      267
The Occurrence in Dreams of Material from Fairy Tales (1913d)                279
The Theme of the Three Caskets (1913f)                                                    289
Two Lies told by Children (1913g)                                                             303
The Disposition to Obsessional Neurosis (1913i)                                         311
Introduction to Pfister's The Psycho-Analytic Method (1913b)                      327
Preface to Bourke's Scatalogic Rites of All Nations (1913k)                           333
Shorter Writings (1911-1913)
 The Significance of Sequences of Vowels (1911d)                                      341
 'Great is Diana of the Ephesians' (1911f)                                                    342
Preface to Maxim Steiner's Die psychischen Störungen der  männlichen Potenz 345

TOTEM AND TABOO (1912-1913)                                                                1
Editor's Appendix: List of Writings by Freud dealing with
Social Anthropology, Mythology and the History of Religion                    162
The Claims of Psycho-Analysis to Scientific Interest (1913j)                        163
Observations and Examples from Analytic Practice (1913h)                        191
Fausse Reconnaissance ('Déjà Raconté') in Psycho-Analytic Treatment (1914a)      199
The Moses of Michelangelo (1914b)                                                            209
 Postscript (1927)                                                                                        237
Some Reflections on Schoolboy Psychology (1914f)                                    239

On the History of the Psycho-Analytic Movement (1914d)                            1
On Narcissism: An Introduction (1914c)                                                       67
Papers on Metapsychology [1915]
Editor's Introduction                                                                                  105
Instincts and their Vicissitudes (1915c)                                                        109
Repression (1915d)                                                                                     141
The Unconscious (1915e)                                                                            159
 Editor's Appendix A: Freud and Ewald Hering                                        205
 Editor's Appendix B: Psycho-Physical Parallelism                                       206
 Editor's Appendix C: Words and Things                                                   209
A Metapsychological Supplement to the Theory of Dreams (1917d [1915]) 217
Mourning and Melancholia (1917e [1915])                                                  237
Editor's Appendix: List of Writings by Freud Dealing Mainly with
 General Psychological Theory                                                                    259
A Case of Paranoia Running Counter to the Psycho-Analytic
 Theory of the Disease (1915f)                                                                    261
Thoughts for the Times on War and Death (1915b)                                   273
 Appendix: Letter to Dr. Frederik van Eeden                                            301
On Transience (1916a [1915])                                                                      303
Some Character-Types met with in Psycho-Analytic Work (1916d)            309
Shorter Writings (1915-1916)
 A Mythological Parallel to a Visual Obsession (1916b)                                337
 A Connection between a Symbol and a Symptom (1916c)                          339
 Letter to Dr. Hermine von Hug-Hellmuth                                                 341

Part I                                                 Parapraxes (1916 [1915]) (Lectures I-IV)      13
Part II                                              Dreams (1916 [1915-16]) (Lectures V-XV)      81

Part III                                General Theory of the Neuroses (1917 [1916-17])
(Lectures XVI-XXVIII)                                                                                241
Index of Parapraxes                                                                                   478
Index of Dreams                                                                                         480
Index of Symbols                                                                                        481

From the History of an Infantile Neurosis (1918b [1914]) [the 'Wolf Man']    1
 Editor's Appendix: List of Freud's Longer Case Histories                         123
On Transformations of Instinct as Exemplified in Anal Erotism (1917c)      125
A Difficulty in the Path of Psycho-Analysis (1917a)                                    135
A Childhood Recollection from Dichtung und Wahrheit (1917b)                   145
Lines of Advance in Psycho-Analytic Therapy (1919a [1918])                     157
On the Teaching of Psycho-Analysis in Universities (1919j [1918])              169
'A Child is being Beaten': A Contribution to the Study of the  Origin of Sexual Perversions (1919e)         175
Introduction to Psycho-Analysis and the War Neuroses (1919d)                      205
 Appendix: Memorandum on the Electrical Treatment of War Neurotics (1955c [1920]) 211
The 'Uncanny' (1919h)                                                                                217
 Editor's Appendix: Extract from Daniel Sanders's Wörterbuch der  Deutschen Sprache      253
Preface to Reik's Ritual: Psycho-Analytic Studies (1919g)                             257
Shorter Writings (1919)
 A Note on Psycho-Analytic Publications and Prizes (1919c)                       267
 James J. Putnam (1919b)                                                                            271
 Victor Tausk (1919f)                                                                                  273

BEYOND THE PLEASURE PRINCIPLE (1920g)                                           1
The Psychogenesis of a Case of Homosexuality in a Woman (1920a)          145
Psycho-Analysis and Telepathy (1941d [1921])                                           173
Dreams and Telepathy (1922a)                                                                   195
Some Neurotic Mechanisms in Jealousy, Paranoia and Homosexuality (1922b)      221
Two Encyclopaedia Articles (1923a [1922])
 (A) Psycho-Analysis                                                                                  235
 (B) The Libido Theory                                                                               255
 Shorter Writings (1920-1922)
A Note on the Prehistory of the Technique of Analysis (1920b)                 263
 Associations of a Four-Year-Old Child (1920d)                                          266
 Dr. Anton von Freund (1920c)                                                                  267
Preface to J. J. Putnam's Addresses on Psycho-Analysis (1921a)                      269
Introduction to J. Varendonck's The Psychology of Day-Dreams (1921b)       271
 Medusa's Head (1940c [1922])                                                                   273

THE EGO AND THE ID (1923b)                                                                   1
Editor's Appendix A. The Descriptive and the Dynamic Unconscious          60
 Editor's Appendix B. The Great Reservoir of Libido                                   63
A Seventeenth-Century Demonological Neurosis (1923d [1922])                 67
Remarks on the Theory and Practice of Dream-Interpretation (1923c [1922]) 109
Some additional notes on dream-interpretation as a whole (1925i)             123
The Infantile Genital Organization: An Interpolation into the Theory of Sexuality (1923e)      141
Neurosis and psychosis (1924b [1923])                                                       149
The Economic Problem of Masochism (1924c)                                             155
The Dissolution of the Oedipus Complex (1924d)                                       173
The Loss of Reality in Neurosis and Psychosis (1924e)                               183
 A Short Account of Psycho-Analysis (1924f [1923])                                   191
 The Resistances to Psycho-Analysis (1925e [1924])                                    213
Editor's Appendix: Extract from Schopenhauer's The World as Will and Idea 223
A Note upon the 'Mystic Writing-Pad' (1925a [1924])                                 227
 Negation (1925h)                                                                                       235
Some Psychical Consequences of the Anatomical Distinction between the Sexes (1925j)  241
Josef Popper-Lynkeus and the Theory of Dreams (1923f)                          261
 Dr. Sandor Ferenczi (On his 50th Birthday) (1923i)                                   267
 Preface to Aichhorn's Wayward Youth (1925f)                                            273
Josef Breuer (1925g)                                                                                   279
 Shorter Writings (1922-25)
Preface to Raymond de Saussure's The Psycho-Analytic Method (1922e)      283
Preface to Max Eitingon's Report on the Berlin Psycho-Analytic 
Policlinic (March 1920 to June 1922) (1923g)                                                 285
  Letter to Fritz Wittels (1924g)                                                                  286
  Letter to Senor Luis Lopez-Ballesteros y de Torres                                 289
  Letter to Le Disque Vert                                                                             290
  Letter to the Editor of the Jewish Press Centre in Zürich                            291
  On the Occasion of the Opening of the Hebrew University                     292
  Editorial Changes in the Zeitschrift                                                           293

An Autobiographical Study (1925d [1924])                                                        1
  Postscript (1935a)                                                                                       71
Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety (1926d [1925])                                          75
  Editor's Appendix A. 'Repression' and 'Defence'                                      173
Editor's Appendix B. List of Writings by Freud Dealing Mainly or Largely with Anxiety        175
The Question of Lay Analysis (1926e)                                                            177
  Postscript (1927a)                                                                                     251
Psycho-Analysis (1926f [1925])                                                                   259
Address to the Society of B'nai B'rith (1941e [1926])                                  271
Shorter Writings (1926)
  Karl Abraham (1926b)                                                                              277
  To Romain Rolland (1926a)                                                                       279
  Prefatory Note to a Paper by E. Pickworth Farrow (1926c)                     280

THE FUTURE OF AN ILLUSION (1927c)                                                     1
CIVILIZATION AND ITS DISCONTENTS (1930a [1929])                          57
Fetishism (1927e)                                                                                        147
Humour (1927d)                                                                                         159
A Religious Experience (1928a [1927])                                                         167
Dostoevsky and Parricide (1928b [1927])                                                   173
 Appendix: A Letter from Freud to Theodor Reik                                     195
Some Dreams of Descartes': A Letter to Maxime Leroy (1929b)                 197
The Goethe Prize
 Letter to Alfons Paquet (1930d)                                                                207
 Address Delivered in the Goethe House at Frankfurt (1930e)                  208
Editor's Appendix: List of Writings by Freud Dealing Mainly
  or Largely with Art, Literature or the Theory of Aesthetics                    213
Libidinal Types (1931a)                                                                               215
Female Sexuality (1931b)                                                                             221
Shorter Writings (1926-1931)
Dr. Reik and the Problem of Quackery: A Letter to the Neue Freie Presse (1926i)   247
 Dr. Ernest Jones (on his 50th Birthday) (1929a)                                        249
 The Expert Opinion in the Halsmann Case                                                251
 Introduction to the Special Psychopathology Number of The Medical Review of Reviews  254
 Introduction to Edoardo Weiss's Elements of Psycho-Analysis (1931c)         256
 Preface to Ten Years of the Berlin Psycho-Analytic Institute                          257
 Preface to Hermann Nunberg's General Theory of the Neuroses on a  Psycho-Analytic Basis        258
 Letter to the Burgomaster of Príbor                                                         259

New Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis
(1933a [1932]) (Lectures XXIX-XXXV)                                                            1
The Acquisition and Control of Fire (1932a [1931])                                     183
Why War? (1933b [1932]) (Einstein and Freud)                                          195
 Letter from Einstein                                                                                  199
 Letter from Freud                                                                                     203
My Contact with Josef Popper-Lynkeus (1932c)                                         219
Sandor Ferenczi (1933c)                                                                              227
The Subtleties of a Faulty Action (1935b)                                                    233
A disturbance of memory on the Acropolis (1936a)                                    239
Shorter Writings (1931-36)
Letter to Georg Fuchs (1931f)                                                                    251
Preface to Richard Sterba's Dictionary of Psycho-Analysis (1936b [1932])     253
Preface to Marie Bonaparte's The Life and Works of Edgar Allan
  Poe: A Psycho-Analytic Interpretation (1933d)                                             254
To Thomas Mann on his Sixtieth Birthday (1935c)                                      255

MOSES AND MONOTHEISM: THREE ESSAYS (1939a [1934-38])                1
Editor's Note on the Transcription of Proper Names                                     6
 I   Moses an Egyptian                                                                                   7
 II If Moses was an Egyptian . . .                                                                  17
 III Moses, His People and Monotheist Religion                                           54
An Outline of Psychoanalysis (1940a [1938])                                                  139
 Part I [The Mind and its Workings]                                                           144
 Part II The Practical Task                                                                           172
 Part III The Theoretical Yield                                                                     195
Analysis Terminable and Interminable (1937c)                                            209
Constructions in Analysis (1937d)                                                               255
Splitting of the Ego in the Process of Defence (1940e [1938])                      271
Some Elementary Lessons in Psycho-Analysis (1940b [1938])                     279
A Comment on Anti-Semitism (1938a)                                                         287
Shorter Writings (1937-1938)
 Lou Andreas-Salomé (1937a)                                                                     297
 Findings, Ideas, Problems                                                                          299
 Anti-Semitism in England (1938d)                                                              301

PREFACE                                                                                                     vii
INTRODUCTION                                                                                         ix
 List of Illustrations                                                                                      15
 List of Abbreviations                                                                                   17
  THE STANDARD EDITION                                                                     19
INDEX OF EDITORIAL ANNOTATIONS                                                  31
 (A) List of Editorial Commentaries and Annotations                                   33
 (B) Notes on Terms and their Uses                                                             39
 (C) Index of Subject-Lists                                                                            42
BIBLIOGRAPHY AND AUTHOR INDEX                                                   43
 (A) Freud Bibliography                                                                               47
 (B) Bibliography and Author Index Excluding Freud                                  83
LIST OF PERIODICALS AND MONOGRAPH SERIES                             149
INDEX OF CASES                                                                                      153
LIST OF DREAMS                                                                                      167
INDEX OF SYMBOLS                                                                                171
LIST OF ANALOGIES                                                                               177
INDEX OF WORKS OF ART AND LITERATURE                                     185
INDEX OF PERSONAL NAMES                                                                195
GENERAL SUBJECT INDEX                                                                     225
ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA                                                             405
FRONTISPIECE James Strachey in Egypt, 1933

1     Sigmund Freud in 1885 (aet. 29)                                                frontispiece
       Sigmund Freud and Wilhelm Fliess in the early Nineties         facing p. 175
       The first page (written in pencil) of Freud's manuscript of the Project facing p. 283
2     Sigmund Freud in 1891 (aet. 35)                                                frontispiece
       Josef Breuer in 1897 (aet. 55)                                                  facing p. 185
3     Photograph of Jean-Martin Charcot, presented by him to Freud in Paris, 1886       frontispiece
4     Reproduction of the title-page of the first edition
       of Die Traumdeutung ( The Interpretation of Dreams)                   frontispiece
6     Sigmund Freud in 1906 (aet. 50)                                                frontispiece
7     19 Berggasse, Vienna: Freud's home and consulting-rooms from 1891 to 1938        frontispiece
8     Sigmund Freud in 1906 (aet. 50)                                                frontispiece
9     'Gradiva' (Vatican Museum: Museo Chiaramonti)                         frontispiece
10    Sigmund Freud in 1909 (aet. 53)                                                frontispiece
       A page of Freud's Original Record of the 'Rat
       Man' case (original measures 16 X 10 inches)                          facing p. 259
11    Leonardo's Madonna and Child with St. Anne                         frontispiece
       Leonardo's Mona Lisa                                                           facing p. 107
12    Freud's consulting-room in Vienna                                            frontispiece
13    Michelangelo's Moses                                                                frontispiece      Detail of Michelangelo's Moses       facing p. 223
       Statuette of Moses by Nicholas of Verdun (Oxford: Ashmolean Museum)     facing p. 237
14    Sigmund Freud with a group of his closest supporters             frontispiece
15    'The Prisoner's Dream' by Schwind (Munich: Schack Gallery)   frontispiece
17    Sigmund Freud in 1916 (aet. 60)                                                frontispiece
18    Sigmund Freud in 1922 (aet. 66)                                                frontispiece
19    The First Appearance of the Devil to Christoph Haizmann       frontispiece
       The Second Appearance of the Devil to Christoph Haizmann facing p. 69
       (From the Trophaeum Mariano-Cellense: Austrian National Library)

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