THE CASE OF MR. CRUMP ... WITH A PREFACE BY THOMAS MANN
by Lewisohn, Ludwig, and Thomas Mann [preface]
Paris: Edward Titus at the Sign of the Black Manikin, 1931. Original printed wrappers. Near fine, unopened. Second Paris edition, the first to include Mann's Preface and an author/publisher's note about their intent to combat a US piracy with this new edition. Upon the publication of a new edition in 1947, a Kirkus reviewer described this novel as "a characterization, in full detail and at long length, of a slattern and a succubus, pursuing and possessive, and of her power for evil which was not weakened by the distaste she provoked." (Inventory #: WRCLIT76759)
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