The Devil. A Tragedy of the Heart and Conscience. Novelized by Joseph O'Brien from Henry W. Savage's great play
by MOLNAR, Ferenc (novelized by Joseph O'Brien)
New York: Ogilvie Publishing Co, 1908. First Thus. Novelization of Molnar's popular stage-play, a moral drama set in upper-class Vienna. Illustrated with stills from the 1908 production, produced by Henry W. Savage and starring a young George Arliss. The play launched Arliss's career and established Molnar's reputation in the U.S. (where he would later emigrate to escape the Nazis in WW2). An exemplary copy of an attractive book. Octavo. Cloth boards, lettered in black, with photo-pictorial paste-on to front cover; 189pp; 8 inserted leaves of photographic plates (halftones). Tight, Near Fine copy, just a hint of sunning at spine and small date-stamp to rear pastedown. (Inventory #: 30143)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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