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Anzieu, D. (1986). Freud's Self-Analysis: Translated from the French by Peter Graham. With a Preface by M. Masud R. Khan. The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 118:1-596. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis.

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(1986). The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 118:1-596. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis.

Freud's Self-Analysis: Translated from the French by Peter Graham. With a Preface by M. Masud R. Khan

Didier Anzieu

Contents

Abbreviations viii
Preface ix
Introduction xv
Chapter 1 Freud up to 1895 1
Childhood 1
Engagement and marriage (1882–86) 21
Biological and medical education 32
Freud and Charcot 45
Freud and Breuer 56
Freud and his time 84
Freud and Fliess 108
Chapter 2 The discovery of the meaning of dreams 122
Freud's Progress by July 1895 122
The dream of ‘Irma's injection’ (July 24, 1895) 131
From the Irma dream to the death of Freud's father (July 1895 – October 1896) 156
Chapter 3 The discovery of the Oedipus complex 175
The notion of the ‘psychical apparatus’ 175
The ‘Rome’ dreams (January 1897) 182
Prelude to systematic self-analysis (February–May 1897) 213
Systematic self-analysis (June–November 1897) 231
Chapter 4 The discovery of the primal scene and the first version of the Interpretation of Dreams 252
Freud's first attempt to break away from Fliess (December 1897–February 1898) 252
Work on the Interpretation of Dreams gets under way (February–July 1898) 265
Dreams dreamt by Freud while writing the first version of The Interpretation of Dreams 279
The important dreams of the summer of 1898 324
Chapter 5 The discovery of castration anxiety and the second version of the Interpretation of Dreams 354
Two disguised autobiographical dreams (August 1898?) 354
First analyses of name-forgetting 358
The working over of anxiety about death 362
The discovery of the condensation of words (autumn 1898) 388
Confrontation with the difference between the sexes 405
Further theoretical progress (January–May 1899) 411
The writing of the second version of The Interpretation of Dreams (May–September 1899) 432
Chapter 6 Freud's theory of the psychical apparatus in the Interpretation of Dreams and his further discoveries 456
The structure of The Interpretation of Dreams 456
Occasional self-analysis and continued work 513
Conclusion 561
Freud Bibliography 586

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