VOLK IM FIEBER. ROMAN. Berlin: Sieben-Stabe Verlag, 1932. Octavo, pp. [1-10] 11-318 [319-320: ads], original brown cloth, front and spine panels stamped in yellow, top edge stained brown. First edition. A leftist political fantasy by a 36-year old decorated World War One combat veteran, published in the U.S. as FEVER HEAT, that portrays the evolution of the slightly naive, idealistic principal of a town's Gymnasium from something of an "unpolitical German" to a republican activist. Brandt, Der deutsche Zukunftsroman 1918-1945, p. 358. Fisher, Fantasy and Politics: Visions of the Future in the Weimar Republic, pp. 176-81. Not in Bloch (2002; 2010), Lexikon 2, or Nagl. A very good copy in good printed dust jacket with clear tape mends to spine ends and corner tips. (#152270).
"1. --- 10. Tausend" on copyright page.