Arranged by subject-matter, this book brings together papers published as early as 1895 and as late as 1926. In this way the reader can trace the historical evolution of Freud's ideas. The earliest paper is his classical account of "anxiety neurosis", a term coined by Freud which was to win such general acceptance that its origin is now usually overlooked. Other papers cover a range of pathological syndromes, including hysteria, obsessional neuroses, sexual deviations and paranoia. The last work in the book is "Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety", published as a separate book in 1926.
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