Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1968. With an essay by Bruno Bettelheim. 177pp. 8vo, black cloth, d.w. chipped, otherwise very good. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, (1968). First American Edition. Author recorded the political content of the dreams of Germans living under the Nazi regime from 1933 to 1939. From the library of Howard Kissel, drama critic of the New York Daily News, with his signature.
Leipzig: Franz Deiticke, 1905. , 205,  pages. Slim 8vo, original olive green cloth, lettered in white on spine and cover; rubbed at extremities and spine ends chipped. Ex-library copy with labels removed from inside both covers and one library stamp on bottom margin of page 51, otherwise pages are clean. Overall a very good(-) copy. Leipzig and Wien: Franz Deuticke, 1905. First edition, first impression of Freud's work on jokes and their relationship to the unconscious. Only 1,050 copies...
Paris: Horizons de France, 1959. Traduit de l'Anglais et Adapte par Jeanne-Marie Aynard. Illustrated with 16 b/w plates and drawings as headpieces. 210pp. Square 8vo, black cloth with red & blue pictorial covers; original mylar. Paris: Horizons de France, (1959). A fine copy. Small ownership label of art historian Meyer Schapiro.