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Very good. No dust jacket. spine ends mildly bumped, no shelf wear, pages clean and tight, binding good, fornmer owner book plate inside front cover. xix, 373 p. 22 cm. orange cloth over boards, title set in gilt on spine, deckle edge Translation of Hakhnasat kalah. The Bridal Canopy tells the story of reb Yudel, a simple Jewish scholar who sets out to travel to the lands of the kaiser to seek bridegrooms for his three daughters and thus to fulfill the sacred commandment of bringing them under the bridal canopy. With his waggoner, a story teller of lusty imagination, and a team of horses, he travels the length and breadth of the world which lies withing his ken, and many adventures befall him as he beguiles the time of the journery by exchanging stories with his waggoner and other wayfarers.
Good. Literary Guild, 1937. Good HC, no DJ. Light brown cloth over boards, black and gilt panel with floral motif. Lightly scuffed covers and spine; worn at spine tail with some cloth missing; tightly bound; bookplate on front end paper, Harry M. Justiz (attorney and victim of HUAC witch hunts); clean interior. 8vo, 373 pp.
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