New York, New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1949. Second Printing. 8vo, beige buckram with black lettering on spine, painting of Freud as frontispiece, Myar-protected dust jacket (unclipped) with photo of white-bearded Freud in profile reading, xi + 241 pages. Near Fine / Near Fine. Item #1008
The scarce First Edition was published during the war in 1940. This is a clean, tight, bright copy with the scarce idust jacket which has slight losses to its extremites.
"In this series of letters, essays, and comments, Reik endeavors to onvey something of his own intimate veneration of Freud to the lay reader. The book . . . breathes sincerity, honesty, and scientific curiosity."--Karl Menninger.