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Freud, S. (1919). The ‘Uncanny’. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XVII (1917-1919): An Infantile Neurosis and Other Works, 217-256.

Freud, S. (1919). [SEQ217a1]The ‘Uncanny’. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XVII (1917-1919): An Infantile Neurosis and Other Works, 217-256

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[SEQ217a2]Editor's Note to "The ‘Uncanny’"

[SEQ217a3](a) German Editions:

[SEQ217a4]1919 Das Unheimiliche Imago, 5(5-6), 297-324.

[SEQ217a5]1922 Das Unheimiliche S.K.S.N., 5, 229-73.

[SEQ217a6]1924 Das Unheimiliche G.S., 10, 369-408.

[SEQ217a7]1924 Das Unheimiliche Dichtung und Kunst, 99-138.

[SEQ217a8]1947 Das Unheimiliche G.W., 12, 229-68.

[SEQ217a9](b) English Translation:

[SEQ217a10]‘The “Uncanny”’ 1925 C.P., 4, 368-407. (Tr. Alix Strachey.)

[SEQ217a11]The present translation is a considerably modified version of the one published in 1925.

[SEQ217a12]This paper, published in the autumn of 1919, is mentioned by Freud in a letter to Ferenczi of May 12 of the same year, in which he says he has dug an old paper out of a drawer and is re-writing it. Nothing is known as to when it was originally written or how much it was changed, though the footnote quoted from Totem and Taboo on p. 241 below shows that the subject was present in his mind as early as 1913. The passages dealing with the ‘compulsion to repeat’ (p. 234 ff.) must in any case have formed part of the revision. They include a summary of much of the contents of Beyond the Pleasure Principle (1920g) and speak of it as ‘already completed’. The same letter to Ferenczi of May 12, 1919, announced that a draft of this latter work was finished, though it was not in fact published for another year. Further details will be found in the Editor's Note to Beyond the Pleasure Principle, Standard Ed.

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