The Case of the Wolf Man: From the History of an Infantile Neurosis, Sigmund Freud
San Francisco: Arion Press, 1993. With 5 etchings and 6 woodcuts by Jim Dine, signed by Dine below his artist's statement, as issued. Introductory essay by art historian and philosopher Richard Wollheim. Number 206 of 250 copies. Original black morocco-backed pictorial cloth, housed in the original slipcase. Paper used is mouldmade, French Johannot for the text and English T. H. Saunders for the prints. In near fine condition. Light wear and rubbing to slipcase with slight fraying to spine ends; upper corners of volume slightly bumped. A spectacular volume of one of Freud's most important and influential case studies.