1948 "Fourth Impression"; The Gogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis publishers, London; previously owned by "Medical Library, V.A. Hospital, Madison, Wisconsin"; very good condition with unmarked pages except for library stamp on title page (see pic) and partial library card insert inside back cover.
First published in 1925, "An Autobiographical Study" provides many valuable insights into Freud's ways of thinking. For the most part, Freud focuses on his intellectual development and professional struggles rather than his inner life. There are however some intimate glimpses: his loyalty to his Jewish origins, his brilliance in school, his love for research, his sense of isolation during the years breaking through to psychoanalysis.