DIE WELT UND DER MATHEMATIKUS. AUSGEWÄHLTE DICHTUNGEN ... Herausgegeben von Dr. W. Lietzmann. Leipzig: B. Elischer Nachfolger, n.d. . Octavo, pp. [1-3] 4-91  [93-95: ads] [96: printer's imprint], original green and brown marbled boards, printed paper label affixed to front panel. First edition, first printing. A posthumously published collection of short fiction and nonfiction. In "Auf der Seifenblase" Lasswitz returns to the symbolism and imagery of the soap-bubble (which provided the title, SEIFENBLASEN, for one of his major collections of scientific fairy tales), positing a soap bubble populated with thinking beings. In "Wie der Teufel den Professor Holte" he makes use of the Faust legend. Bloch (2002) 1870. Not in Nagl. A very good copy. (#152263).
No statement of printing.