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Pappenheim, Bertha, Bearbeitet Von; Elbogen, I, Geleitwort Von

Published by J. Kauffmann Verlag, Frankfurt am Main (1929)

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From: Meir Turner (New York, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: J. Kauffmann Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1929. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First Edition Thus. In German. 21 cm. A beautiful book, in the original, very attractive marbled paper on boards. Marbled paper on boards. Internally in mint condition. Slight damage (1 x 2 cm.) to spine strip. Nach der Ausgabe des Maasse-Buches Amsterdam 1723. Mit einem Geleitwort von I. Elbogen. VIII+346 pp. Bertha Pappenheim (1859-1936) was a social worker, founded a home for orphaned Jewish girls and The League of Jewish Women. She also led an international campaign against prostitution. She wrote legends, prayers and one theatre play about women being exploited by men. She corresponded with many people, including Martin Buber, but most of her letters were lost during World War II. As a young woman, Pappenheim was known to be Dr. Joseph Breuer's "Anna O" patient, who intrigued Dr. Freud in his psycho-analytic work. VIII + 346 + [1]. Seller Inventory # 003235

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