Very good in good dust jacket. Previous price notations in pencil on front fly. OW a clean copy in orange cloth; maybe dusky on top edge; hinges still strong. DJ has some open tears on top edge, including top of spine, but not into text. Also some closed tears, but not protected by Brodart mylar cover.
New York: Viking. 1936. First American editon. Translated from the German 238 pages, appendix. Illustrated. Some offsetting to endpapers at the gutters, text clean and bright in tight binding. Spine faded. Very good copy overall of a scarce Zweig historical title.
Very Good. No Jacket. 1936, First UK edition and First Edition in English. Hardcover. 4 illustrations. A Very Good copy, no dust jacket. Previous owner's small gift inscription on the fly leaf. Spine sunned; light discoloration to the boards, which are also bowed a touch. Unmarked text.
Very good(-) Frontispiece, 238 pages, 8vo, orange cloth ornately blind-stamped with the author's initials (spine faded and gently frayed at the top and bottom). New York: The Viking Press, 1936. First edition. A very good(-) copy with a nearly flawless interior. Signed in full by Zweig on the front free endpaper.
The right to heresy: Castellio against Calvin.
by Stefan Zweig
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