Very Good in Very Good jacket. Octavo. 446pgs. Beige Cloth, green lettering. foxing along the front gutter, light toning, "First publisehd in February 1942" on title page, indicating First edition. A well preserved copy. Unclipped pictorial jacket (Blue background with white columns) has a small spot on the darkened spine, with minor scuffs, closed tears on the edges of the corners and front flap. In mylar sleeve. The Final volume of the Josephus trilogy, Josephus sought an undivided cosmopolitan world but, again and again, was thrown back to his Jewish origins. At the end of the final novel Josephus realized that he had pursued worldwide consummation too soon, but, with his dying breath, prayed that Der Tag wird kommen, (The Day Will Come) as the German title reads. This is the English language edition.
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