Masochism in Modern Man. Translated by Margaret H. Beigel and Gertrud M. Kurth.
First Edition. New York/ Toronto, Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., 1941. 23.5cm x 15.5cm. 439 pages. Original Hardcover with original dustjacket in protective Mylar. Very good condition with only minor signs of wear.
Includes for Example: Freud’s Views/ The Seeming Paradox of Masochism/ The Characteristics, The Suspense Factor, The Demonstrative Feature, The Provocative Factor/ The Psychic Processes/ The Impatience of the Patience/ The Flight Forward/ Anticipando/ The Secret Meaning of the Display in Public/ Presentation Through the Opposite and Through Exaggeration/ The Origin of Masochism from Phantasy/ The Theory of Freud and My Own Opinion/ The Relation to Femininity/ Massochism of the Woman/ Injured Self-Love and Pride/ The Anticipated Rehabilitation/ Rest and Retrospect/ Social Masochism/ Orientation in the New Territory/ The Near and the Distant Aim/ The Remotest Goal/ The Paradoxes of Christ/ Martyr and Masochist- Contrasted Common Features/ Marginal Problems/ Culture, Suffering and the Craving for Suffering/ Gleanings/ Victory Through Defeat etc.