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Leipzig: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer. Preface by Sigmund Freud. 8vo, 171 pages (browned), original black cloth-backed boards. Leipzig: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer, 1922. Very good. Translated from the English by Anna Freud. According to Freud's preface, Varendonck's psychology of day-dreams represents an important new contribution. Internationale Psychoanalytische Bibliothek, Band XII.
London: 1946. 206pp. Small 8vo, blue cloth. London: Imago, 1946. Very good (+). Reissue of the first edition (Vienna, 1936) of her most famous work, with its classic exposition of the ego's defenses. "A systematic and lucid description of these defense mechanisms", Alexander and Selesnick, The History of Psychiatry 198.
Leipzig: Hugo Heller & Cie, 1916. Herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. Sigm. Freud; Redigiert von Otto Rank und Hanns Sachs. 360pp. 4to, original plain brown boards (worn at corners and neatly re-backed in cloth; internally clean). A bound volume featuring all 6 issues of the 4th volume of Imago, (1915-1916). Leipzig & Wien: Hugo Heller & Cie, 1916. Not an offprint, this is the first bound edition with publisher's title page. Numerous treatises and synopses throughout, but the 2 most significant.....
London: Hogarth, 1950. Translated by Joan Riviere & A.& J. Strachey. 5 volumes. 8vo, gilt-lettered green cloth, tattered d.w. London: Hogarth Press & The Institute. of Psychoanalysis, 1950. Ownership signature on titles, otherwise a very good(+) set of mixed but matching editions -- sixth and seventh impressions. International Psycho-Analytical Library, Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10 & 37.
Vienna: Internation Psychoanalytischer, 1922. 577 pages + ads. Large 8vo, original printed wrappers; front cover detached. Wien: Intern. Psychoanlytischer, 1922. Vierte Folge. 2nd Auflage. A very good(-) copy. Fourth series of this collection. GM 4850. Contains the collection of 6 "extrememly useful" papers collectively titled "Recommendations for Physicians Practising Psychoanalysis," a series which Jones has called "of the utmost practical value." Also contains two extrememly important papers which appear here for the first time: the History of an Infantile Neurosis;".....