Title: The Works of Fritz von Unruh
Publisher: n.p. early 20th century, n.p.
Book Condition: Very Good
Unpublished typescript; 15 leaves, typed in German on the recto only, clasped at the top corners, with manuscript notations and corrections, and typed translations in English mounted to 2 pages. SOLD WITH the complete English translation; 17 leaves, typed on the recto only, staple-bound at top corner, with manuscript corrections and notations. A pencil notation indicates that this story may have been a submission to the Bermondsey Book literary magazine, edited by Frederick Heath and published December 1923 to May 1930, however, we find no record of publication. Heinrich Simon was the grandson of the founder of the Frankfurter Zeitung. He studied philosophy, literature, and Italian before joining the newspaper in 1906. He was a lively cultural force in Frankfurt, famous for his Friday lunches, of which Fritz von Unruh -- the German expressionist poet, dramatist, and novelist -- sometimes took part. Simon was eager to support Unruh, and presented him in the Frankfurter Zeitung as one of the leading poets of the day. Bookseller Inventory # D7514
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