Totem and Taboo
As Freud explains in his own preface, the four essays comprised in this volume were originally published in the pages of the periodical Imago (Vienna) under the title ‘Über einige Überein-stimmungen im Seelenleben der Wilden und der Neurotiker’ [‘On Some Points of Agreement between the Mental Lives of Savages and Neurotics’]—the ﬁrst and second essays in Vol. I (1912) and the third and fourth in Vol. II (1913). All four essays were collected and published under the new title of Totem und Tabu in 1913 (Vienna, Hugo Heller). New editions appeared in 1920, 1922 and 1934 and the work was included in Volume X of Freud’s Gesammelte Schriften (Vienna, 1924) and as Volume IX of his Gesammelte Werke (London, 1940). None of these later editions show any variations of substance from the original one. An Eng-lish translation by A. A. Brill was published in New York in 1918 (London, 1919). The book has also been translated into Hun-garian (1918), Spanish (1923), Portuguese (n.d.), French (1924), Japanese (twice, 1930 and 1934) and Hebrew (1939).
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