Leipzig und Wien: Franz Deuticke, 1912.
Octavo, stapled in wrappers (24 x 16.4 cm.), 149 pages. FIRST EDITION. Translated by Dr. E.H. Sachs. Series edited by Sigmund Freud. One of the first published works of Ernest Jones, the first English-speaking practitioner of psychoanalysis, and a friend and biographer of Sigmund Freud. This work, a translation of the author's On the Nightmare (1910) considered the subject in the light of medieval superstition. In publisher's printed, yellow wrappers, with light wear to edges, chipping at spine, and title in ink to the spine. some light spotting to first few leaves. Still, not attractive and near very good. With the bookseller ticket of London's International Psycho-analaytic Press.