MALTHUS. EIN ROMAN DER ZUKUNFT. Leipzig: L. Staackmann Verlag, 1920. Octavo, pp. [1-4] 5-286 [287: blank] [288: ads], pictorial tan card wrappers printed in red and black. First edition, first printing. Utopian story set in the future, allegedly based on the theories of Thomas Robert Malthus: he had argued that population growth would bring about overpopulation and famine. Schöttler limited his concept to a jointly operated farm called Freudenhaus" (based on note by Saprá). Bloch (2002) 2816. Lexikon II, p. 234. Covers lightly worn at edges and a bit dusty, spine tanned, pulpy text paper tanned, a very good copy. (#162921).
"Erstes bis zehntes Tausend" on title page.