Case of Sergeant Grischa. First British Edition in dustjacket

By: ZWEIG, Arnold SUTTON, Eric, trans.

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ZWEIG, Arnold. The Case of Sergeant Grischa. London : Martin Secker, 1928. First British Edition. Pp (4),5-524,(4). 8vo, yellow cloth, black letteringto front board and spine, top edge dyed brown. Translated from the German by Eric Sutton. Contents : Book One : Babka. 1. The Pliers. 2. Escape! 3. The Trick. 4. The Forest. 5. Good Counsel. 6. Down Stream. 7. The Rumour. Book Two : His Excellency von Lychow. 1. Mervinsk. 2. The New Law. 3. A Barrister-at-law. 4. Grischa Himself Again. 5. Youth's a Stuff will not Endure. 6. A Lady of Good Family. 7. Exercise. Book Three - Major-General Schieffenzahn. 1. The Power of Paper. 2. Documents. 3. Portrait of an Autocrat. BookFour : In the Fulness of Time. 1. The Old Love. 2. Staff Celebrations. 3. The Telephone. 4. The End in View. 5. Not Unconcerned with Schnapps. 6. Certain Matters are made Clear. 7. Going on Leave. Book Five : Retribution. 1.A Victory. 2. A Defeat. 3. Snow. 4. News. Book Six : Rescue. 1. Babka Prep ares. 2. Council of War. 3. To Canossa. 4. God's Word and Man's Will. 5. A Lieutenant and a Corporal. Book Seven : Grischa Alone. 1. T'he Meaning of it All. 2. The Grave-diggers. 3. A Last Will and Testament. 4. Laurenz Pont.5. The Black Beast. 6. In the way of Duty. 7. Envoi. Arnold Zweig (10 Nove mber 1887 – 26 November 1968) was a German writer and anti-war and antifascist activist. He is best known for his six-part cycle on World War I. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature seven times. Light staining to cloth, edges foxed, else very good in browned, nicked, price-clipped dustjacket. 45.00

Title: Case of Sergeant Grischa. First British Edition in dustjacket

Author Name: ZWEIG, Arnold SUTTON, Eric, trans.

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Publisher: Martin Secker, London, 1928,:

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