Very good; Collectible. First American Edition, Signed by author on title page; HC with DJ in mylar taped to boards, DJ has long mended tear on back; slight spine lean, well bound, pages neat clean. Same day shipping 100% satisfaction.
Very Good / Very Good. Translated from the German by J. Maxwell Brownjohn. Octavo, 9 1/4" tall. 255 pages, white quarter cloth; review slips laid in. A very good hardcover first American edition with moderate shelf wear, some foxing to the white quarter cloth; hinges and binding tight, paper cream white, with light foxing to fore-edges. In a very good (minus) rubbed dust jacket with small tears at the folds, with original price.
Good in Good jacket. Book is in good cond there are 3 indentations to back board I don't know what could have cased them, they have chiped the DJ, DJ also has small chip at bottom back edge and small lift at top at bacl has been repaired the pages are lightly age tanned The Great Kirst, now cynical about the German people after the the war and the beginnings of prosperity. Great insight (as usual) Brilliant!
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