Leipzig, Vienna, Zurich: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, 1924. First separate edition. 8vo. 132pp. Publisher's half cloth, grey boards, gilt-lettered on spine. A few scuffs to binding, generally fine. Item #400703
Freud's classic study of the patient called the ''wolf man'', first published in the fourth of his series of collected papers on the theory of neuroses. ''Freud used this case as support for his criticisms of Jung and Alder, and it also played a part in his later break with Rank'' (Norman Library F95). The patient was a young Russian aristocrat.