Jüdisches Leben in Wort und Bild, Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, Mannheim 1900? (46790)

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Listing Details

Lot Number: 46790
Title (English): Jüdisches Leben in Wort und Bild
Author: Leopold von Sacher-Masoch
City: Mannheim
Publisher: J. Bensheimer
Publication Date: 1900?
Estimated Price: $200.00 USD - $500.00 USD
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Physical Description

Third edition. V,  XI, 342 pp. quarto, 280:204 mm., extra wide margins, light paper toning, decorative endpapers. A very good copy bound in the original gilt, red, green, and blue-stamped illustrated cloth with gold and black lettering on spine and front cover, rubbed and faded.

 

Detail Description

Collection of twenty-six stories illustrating various aspects of Jewish life and culture in Europe prior to the twentieth century. Each story takes place in a different country and develops an isolated topic or theme from Jewish life in a sometimes humorous, sometimes dramatic, and often sentimental fashion. While the endings are always happy, the level of historic realism in the stories is high. Jewish Life offers a richly detailed portrait of Jewish customs and culture prior to the deplorably successful attempt to destroy them during the Holocaust. This work is exquisitely illustrated throughout with 27 full-page plates in heliogravure, and numerous in-text illustrations and vignettes.

Illustrated by: GĂ©rardin, Alphons Levy, Emil Levy, Heinrich Levy, Eduard Loevy, Schlesinger, Vogel, Worms.