Collected Clinical Papers of Sigmund Freud were written and edited as the constituent basis for psychoanalysis, containing the only published record of his clinical investigations, all of his other work being essentially founded on and derived from them.
Offering the reader a comprehensive chronicle of Freud’s work and of the development of his ideas and of psychoanalysis in general, they contain fourteen different elaborations on various neurotic illnesses, such as anxiety, hysteria and lay bare the function and role of sexuality in the etiology and development of neuroses.
Volumes 1 to 4 were rearranged and published in cooperation with Freud himself, from the German Sammlung kleiner Schriften zur Neurosenlehre.
A monumental achievement spanning over two thousand pages, the present work of collected volumes should appeal to anyone with an interest in the work of Sigmund Freud or psychoanalysis in general.
Table of Contents:
- Volume I: Early Papers, On the History of the Psycho-analytic Movement, 361 pages. Translation supervised by Joan Riviere, edited by Ernst Jones
- Volume II: Clinical Papers, Papers on Technique, 402 pages. Translation supervised by Joan Riviere, edited by Ernst Jones
- Volume III: Case Histories, 605 pages. Translated by Alix & James Strachey, edited by Ernst Jones
- Volume IV: Papers on Metapsychology, Papers on Applied Psycho-analysis, 506 pages. Translation supervised by Joan Riviere, edited by Ernst Jones
- Volume V: Miscellaneous Papers, 1888-1938, 395 pages. Edited by James Strachey