- Weiss, Ernst
Kurt Wolff Verlag, München, 1922, Cloth, , First Edition, Good
231 pp. 1.-10.Tausend. One of the first ten thousand. Spine faded, some soiling to otherwise bright covers. The truly surreal bookplate of Elmer Gergely. Olga, who is executed for murder in a previous novel, Tiere in Ketten, is brought back to life in Nahar as a tigress. Weiss's first novel was edited by Franz Kafka. Praised by Thomas Mann, Weiss was a correspondent with Hermann Hesse, Joseph Roth, and Stefan Zweig. In German, Fraktur.