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|Page Count||238 pages|
|Notes||A Note from the Book: |
"Delusion and Dream in Jensen's "Gradiva" is translated in full for the first time by Harry Zohn, from the second edition of Freud's Gesammelte Schriften.
"The Relation of the Poet to Daydreaming," first published in Neue Revue, Volume I (1908), was translated by I. F. Grant Duff.
The translation of "The Occurrence in Dreams of Material from Volume I of the Internationale Zeitschrift fur Psychoanalyse (1913).
Douglas Bryan translated "A Connection Between Symbol and a Symptom," which Freud first published in the Zeitschrift, Volume IV (1916).
Helen M. Downey translated Gradiva: A Pompeiian Fancy, by Wilhelm Jensen."