New York: Twice A Year, 1940. Bright yellow cloth. Binding slightly dusty, crown of spine slightly frayed, early ink name, but a good to very good copy in lightly chipped and somewhat tanned dust jacket with a couple of closed tears. First edition. Includes a number of short pieces by Kafka translated or published in English for the first time, along with essays by Brod, Muir and Slochower. A long letter about Kafka from Thomas Mann to Jas. Laughlin appears on the rear jacket flap. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76852)
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