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Freud, S. (1907). Delusions and Dreams in Jensen's Gradiva. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume IX (1906-1908): Jensen's ‘Gradiva’ and Other Works, 1-96.

Freud, S. (1907). [SEI1a1]Delusions and Dreams in Jensen's Gradiva. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume IX (1906-1908): Jensen's ‘Gradiva’ and Other Works, 1-96

Delusions and Dreams in Jensen's Gradiva (1907 [1906])

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[SEI1a2]Editor's Note to "Delusions and Dreams in Jensen's Gradiva"

[SEI1a3]Der Wahn Und Dik Träume in W. Jknsens Gradiva

[SEI1a4](a) German Editions:

[SEI1a5]1907 Leipzig and Vienna: Heller. Pp. 81. (Schriften zur angewandten Seelenkunde, Heft 1) (Re-issued unchanged with the same title page but a new paper outer cover: Leipzig and Vienna: Deuticke, 1908.)

[SEI1a6]1912 2nd ed. Leipzig and Vienna: Deuticke. With ‘Postscript’. Pp. 87.

[SEI1a7]1924 3rd cd. Same publishers. Unchanged.

[SEI1a8]1925 G.S., 9, 273-367

[SEI1a9]1941 G.W., 7, 31-125.

[SEI1a10](b) English Translation:

[SEI1a11]Delusion and Dream

[SEI1a12]1917 New York: Moffat, Yard. Pp. 243. (Tr. H. M. Downey.) (With an introduction by G. Stanley Hall. Omits Freud's ‘Postscript’. Includes translation of Jensen's story.)

[SEI1a13]1921 London: George Allen & Unwin. Pp. 213. (A reprint of the above.)

[SEI1a14]The present translation is an entirely new one, with a modified title, by James Strachey. The ‘Postscript’ appears in English for the first time.

[SEI1a15]This was Freud's first published analysis of a work of literature, apart, of course, from his comments on Oedipus Rex and Hamlet in The Interpretation of Dreams (1900a), Standard Ed., 4, 261-6. At an earlier date, however, he had written a short analysis of Conrad Ferdinand Meyer's story, ‘Die Richterin’ [‘The Woman Judge’], and had sent it to

[SEI1a16]Fliess, enclosed in a letter dated June 20, 1898 (Freud, 1950a, Letter 91).

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