YOU,WHO LOVE LIFE

SOBELL HELEN

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INTRODUCTION BY RING LARDNER JR.,LIGHT AGE TONING TO DELICATE WRAPS,3 FULL PAGE LITHO'S BY ROCKWELL,14 PAGES OF POETRY. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: YOU,WHO LOVE LIFE
Publisher: SYDMAR PRESS
Binding: STAPLED BINDING
Illustrator: LITHOGRAPHS BY ROCKWELL KENT
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.

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Sobell, Helen
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Book Description Sydmar Press, New York, 1956. [24p.], original cloth binding, plain glassine dj chipped and torn. Seller Inventory # 56792

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Sobell, Helen; Lardner, Ring Jr. (Foreword)
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Book Description Sydmar Press, New York, 1956. Pamphlet. Condition: Good. Rockwell Kent (illustrator). First Edition. 16pp With personal dedication by the author. With lithographs by Rockwell Kent. Sobell was the wife of Morton Sobell, sentenced to 30 years for spying for the USSR in WW2. She campaigned tirelessly to get his sentence overturned, and also to save the Rosenbergs, co-charged with Morton, from execution. The Sobells had been members of the Young Communist League. Rockwell Kent was an important American designer, painter and printmaker - and an activist who suffered under McCarthyism. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 076851

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Sobell, Helen
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Book Description Sydmar Press, 1956. Softcover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Published in 1956 by Sydmar Press, New York, staple-bound, signed by the author at half-title, and with an Introduction by Ring Lardner, Jr. Illustrated with three original lithographs by Rockwell Kent, and in First Edition state. 16 pp. Helen Sobell was the wife of Morton Sobell, who was sentenced to 30 years for allegedly spying for the former Soviet Union during the latter stages of World War Two. Helen continued to campaign tirelessly on Morton's behalf and on behalf of both Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. Both Helen and Morton had belonged as youths to the Young Communist League and worked their entire lives for peace. Rockwell Kent, too, suffered under McCarthyism, and, like other illustrators and "wordless" novel writers, created art that challenged preconceptions, stood for the little man and woman, and expressed left-wing sentiments that are evident here in all three lithographs. This copy has a crimp to the upper tip, but it doesn't affect readability. Helen Sobell passed away in 2002, but in these powerful poems addresses many aspects of her concern and love for her husband while he was incarcerated. A scarce, fascinating piece of Cold War ephemera. Morton Sobell still lives, as does his long-time lover and companion, also lover of all things peaceful, Nancy Gruber. Faint sunning along edges, else clean and unmarked. Additional postage may be required for oversize or especially heavy volumes, and for sets. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 331010

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