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Stern, L.B. (1984). Sigmund Freud's Writings. A Comprehensive Bibliography: By Alexander Grinstein, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1977. 181 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 53:333-334.

(1984). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 53:333-334

Sigmund Freud's Writings. A Comprehensive Bibliography: By Alexander Grinstein, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1977. 181 pp.

Review by:
Liselotte Bendix Stern

This comprehensive one-volume bibliography of Freud's writings remedies the problem of dispersement of information: it contains bibliographic data which were previously scattered through volumes I, VI, and X of Grinstein's Index of Psychoanalytic Writings. In addition to remedying this awkward and inconvenient arrangement, the present work updates and corrects the material. It also provides extended coverage of references to newly published materials, such as Freud's previously unpublished letters, and it mentions new translations of his works in different languages. It even includes the listing of many "out of the way" translations.

Confusion has been posed by inconsistency in the terms used for Freud's introductions both to his own writings and to those of other authors. Grinstein has clarified this by providing a separate section (III) dealing with them. This is an important improvement over previous bibliographies. The section, in Part A, now lists, Vorwort, Vorrede, Geleitwort, Introduction, and Preface to Freud's writings when these words were used specifically by Freud. Part B lists Freud's introductions to the works of other authors, including letters to authors which then were used as prefaces.

The user would do well to take sufficient time to read the detailed and clear introduction carefully in order to be able to extract the most comprehensive information from the book. This bibliography, as Grinstein rightly states, "while comprehensive must be regarded as incomplete," since new materials and new translations will undoubtedly appear as time goes on.

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