Freud: A Critical Re-Evaluation of His Theories

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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF FREUD'S WRITINGS ON PSYCHOANALYSIS

General Note

The best single source for Freud's writings is the Standard Edition (see Bibliography above, reference 89). Twenty-four volumes are planned; to date eighteen have been issued. It is expected that the remaining six will be published by 1964. When completed, this edition will contain all of Freud's known works on psychoanalysis.

The most authoritative bibliography of Freud's work is in The Index of Psychoanalytic Writings, edited by Alexander Grinstein (see Bibliography above, reference 126). The following list is adapted from that Index. Most prefaces, obituaries, letters of minor consequence, and duplications have been omitted. The present list also contains several works that have appeared since the publication of the Index.

In some cases two dates are given. The first refers to the date when the work in question was actually published; the second to the date when it was written.

Freud's works are referred to by title and the year in which they were published. In order to distinguish works published in the same year from one another, Grinstein has added a letter beginning "a"to the year in which the work appeared. Thus, e.g., in 1913 there are 1913a, 1913b, 1913c, and so on to 19131. This usage has become customary in the psychoanalytic literature and is adhered to throughout the present volume.

Apart from the Standard Edition, two useful collections of books and papers are:

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