The Outcast (dj subtitle: "A novel of a woman's escape from the twilight zone of the intermediate sex.")
by Weirauch, Anna Elisabet, translated from the German by Guy Endore
New York: Willey Book Company, 1948. Hardcover. x, 179p., revised edition, very good in a lightly worn, price-clipped dj. Young 4042. Grier A***, B***. Translated by blacklisted leftist screenwriter and Rideout author Endore who was briefly a Communist in the 1930s, and was a friend of Lillian Smith, a lesbian author who wrote about mixed-race relationships. Weirauch was a Romanian lesbian living in Germany who acted with Max Reinhardt's German State Theatre and wrote plays. Revised edition of the novel originally published by Greenberg in 1933. (Inventory #: 116618)
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