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Title: Jacqueline en haar Japanners. Een kleine roman. [First dutch language edition, translated from the original german by M. Dutric].
Description: Arnhem, Van Loghum Slkaterus, 1935. Small 8. Original yellow publ. cloth. Covertitle in bold black type, monochrome publ. device at tailr, repeated on french title and ti.-p. 157pp. Publ. serial list printed on verso of french title. [De Zeemeeuw=Serie]. Dutch language novel, translated after the first german edition Rohwolt 1927, with some biogr. tendency, with as dramatis personae a german composer and his wife (a singer), fallen into poverty due to the Great Depression, incl. i.a. notes about a japanese neighbour and his home country Japan. Author was a german and american journalist and writer of jewish ancestry, born in Vienna. After the rise of power of the nazi party he was imprisoned in the concentrationcamps of Dachau and Buchenwald, late 1930s. Due to the efforts of his wife Dors, he was released leaving for the U.S.A. Good to very good copy. (some stamps on f.e.p., upper right corner of f.e.p. cut

Keywords: literature novel story fiction tendency greatdepression germany weimarrepublic history

Price: EUR 20.00 = appr. US$ 21.74 Seller: Antiquarian Booksellers Gemilang
- Book number: 56907