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Freud, Sigmund (Foreword by G. Stanley Hall and copyright by Edward Bernays))
A General Introduction to Psychoanalaysis (First Edition)
New York: Boni and Liveright, (1920). First Edition, Second Printing with "SECOND EDITION" statement on the jacket and no later printings noted on copyright page, $4.50 price, etc. Very Good in Good+ Dust Jacket. Tight binding; clean pages and covers; lacking front endpaper; only slight wear; dust jacket is fairly clean with a little soiling, moderate wear and chipping along edges and small tears; price not clipped ($4.50). "No other major modern intellectual┬Śnot Marx, not Darwin┬Śrivals Freud as a popular advocate for his own views" (Stanford 1991, 69). This book was one of his first books to be published in America. It was copyrighted and promoted here by Edward Bernays, the great propagandist. In it, Freud, lays out all of his major ideas regarding the subject. The dust jacket states "The first comprehensive book on psychoanalysis. There are many treatises on various phases of the subject, but in this book the originator of a new school of thought that is as powerfully influential as was the Darwinian, at last sums up, in one volume, all that is known of psychoanalysis and explains its significance to the individual and society." No other examples in dust jacket on market and this is the first we've seen. One of Freud's most important works, comprehensively discussing his views on psychoanalysis, a discipline he had earlier created. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: LaCelle Rare Books [Grand Junction, CO, U.S.A.]
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