Very Good. Item #5842
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1913. First American Edition, with integral New York title page and printer's attribution (Ballantyne, Hanson & Co., Edinburgh) on verso. Stub from errata slip attached to inner margin of page , but slip itself is missing.
Octavo; xiii, 510pp. Publisher's blue cloth-covered boards with gilt lettering. Covers bumped at corners with bumping and a few small tears to cloth at spine ends, scuffing along joints and a small dent/puncture at center of spine over Brill's name. Spine a bit rolled. Front and back free endpapers toned, with some damp- or glue-staining to pastedowns. Some faint dampstaining along bottom page edges, not involving text and with only very minor waving/rippling to paper, with a couple pages showing darker staining. Opens easily to between a few gatherings, but binding is sound. Not ex-library.
Brill's authorized English translation from the Third German Edition, in which Freud added more specific interpretation of dream symbolism.