Slavische Volkforschungen Abhandlungen über Glauben, Gewohnheitrechte, Sitten, Bräuche Und Die Guslarenlieder Der Südslaven. Vorwiegend Auf Grund Eigener Erhebungen.
Leipzig, Wilhelm Heims, 1908. A very nice bright copy in original beige cloth. Clean and tight. Some very unobtrusive damp spotting to upper board. 431pp with notes and index. Used; Very Good The author was born in Austro-Hungary, in Croatia of a Jewish family. One of his first publications was a translation of Artemidoros' of Daldis Interpretation of Dreams was cited in Sigmund Freud's book The Interpretation of Dreams. He began his career as a folklorist and ethnologist. In 1884–85, Krauss received funding from the Crown Prince Rudolf to gather folklore and ballads of the Guslar singers in Bosnia, Croatia and Herzogovenia. As a result of this field research, he published a two-volume collection of fairytales, Sagen und Märchen der Südslaven. His research in the field of sexuality led to some conflict and in 1913 he was brought to trial in Berlin as a pornographer, but he was a correspondent of Freud and used the term paraphilia to describe certain deviant sexual practices. Hardback.
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