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Strachey, J. (1953). Bibliographies. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume IV (1900): The Interpretation of Dreams (First Part), 687-713.

Strachey, J. (1953). [SEE687a1]Bibliographies. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume IV (1900): The Interpretation of Dreams (First Part), 687-713

[SEE687a1]Bibliographies Book Information Previous Up Next

James Strachey

[SEE687a2][Titles of books and periodicals are in italics; titles of papers are in inverted commas. Abbreviations are in accordance with the World List of Scientific Periodicals (Oxford, 1950). Numerals in thick type refer to volumes; ordinary numerals refer to pages. G.S. = Freud, Gesammelte Schriften (12 vols.), Vienna, 1924-34. G.W. = Freud, Gesammelte Werke (18 vols.), London, from 1940. C.P. = Freud, Collected Papers (5 vols.), London, 1924-50. Standard Ed. = Freud, Standard Edition (24 vols.), London, from 1953. Entries marked with an asterisk have not been verified for the present edition. See Translator's Introduction, p. xxi. For non-technical authors, and for technical authors where no specific work is mentioned, see the General Index.]

A [SEE687a3]Author Index and List of Works Referred to in the Text

[SEE687a4][The figures in round brackets at the end of each entry indicate the page or pages of this volume on which the work in question is mentioned. In the case of the Freud entries, the letters attached to the dates of publication are in accordance with the corresponding entries in the complete bibliography of Freud's writings to be included in the last volume of the Standard Edition.]

[SEE687a5]Bibliographies

Abel, K. (1884) Der Gegensinn der Urworte, Leipzig. (318, n. 3)

Abraham, K. (1909) Traum und Mythus, Vienna. (351, n. 2, 401) [→]

Adler, A. (1910) ‘Der psychische Hermaphroditismus im Leben und in der Neurose’, Fortschr. Med., 28, 486. (396-7)

Adler, A. (1911) ‘Beitrag zur Lehre vom Widerstand’, Zbl. Psychoanal., 1, 214. (579 n.) [→]

Allison, A. (1868) ‘Nocturnal Insanity’, Med. Times & Gaz., 947, 210. (89)

Almoli S. See Salomon Almoli.

Amram, N. (1901) Sepher pithrôn chalômôth, Jerusalem. (4, n. 2)

Aristotle De somniis and De divinalione per somnum. (2-3, 33, 97, n. 2, 320 n., 550) [Trans. by W. S. Hett (in volume ‘On the Soul’, Loeb Classical Library), London & New York, 1935.]

Artemidorus of Daldis Oneirocritica. (3, 4, 98, 99 n., 328 n.1, 354 n., 606, n. 2, 685 n.) [German Trans.: Symbolik der Träume by F. S. Krauss, Vienna, 1881, and ‘Erotische Träume und ihre Symbolik’, Anihropophyteia, 9, 316, by Hans Licht. Engl. trans. (abridged): The Interpretation of Dreams, by R. Wood, London, 1644.]

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