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Freud, S. (1914). The Moses of Michelangelo. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XIII (1913-1914): Totem and Taboo and Other Works, 209-238.

Freud, S. (1914). [SEM209a1]The Moses of Michelangelo. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XIII (1913-1914): Totem and Taboo and Other Works, 209-238

[SEM209a1]The Moses of Michelangelo Book Information Previous Up Next Language Translation

Sigmund Freud

[SEM209a2]Editor's Note to "The Moses of Michelangelo"

[SEM209a3]FRENCH TRANSLATION (First Publication):

[SEM209a4]‘Appendice’

[SEM209a5]1927 Revue française de psychanalyse, 1, 147-8. (Tr. Marie Bonaparte.)

[SEM209a6](a) GERMAN EDITIONS:

[SEM209a7]1914 Der Moses Des Michelangelo Imago, 3 (1), 15-36.

[SEM209a8]1924 Der Moses Des Michelangelo G.S., 10, 257-86.

[SEM209a9]1924 Der Moses Des Michelangelo Dichtung und Kunst, 29-58.

[SEM209a10]1946 Der Moses Des Michelangelo G.W., 10, 172-201.

[SEM209a11]1927 ‘Nachtrag zur Arbeit über den Moses des Michelangelo’, Imago, 13 (4), 552-3.

[SEM209a12]1928 ‘Nachtrag zur Arbeit über den Moses des Michelangelo’, G.S., 11, 409-10.

[SEM209a13]1948 ‘Nachtrag zur Arbeit über den Moses des Michelangelo’, G.W., 14, 321-2.

[SEM209a14](b) ENGLISH TRANSLATION:

[SEM209a15]‘The Moses of Michelangelo’ 1925 C.P., 4, 257-87. (Tr. Alix Strachey.)

[SEM209a16]1951 ‘Postscript to my Paper on the Moses of Michelangelo’, Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 32, 94. (Tr. Alix Strachey.)

[SEM209a17]The present translation is a corrected version of those published in 1925 and 1951.

[SEM209a18]Freud's interest in Michelangelo's statue was of old standing. He went to see it on the fourth day of his very first visit to Rome in September, 1901, as well as on many later occasions. He was already planning the present paper in 1912, and on September 25 he wrote from Rome to his wife: ‘I … pay a visit every day to the Moses in S.

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