(#170712) THE DYBBUK: BETWEEN TWO WORLDS ... Translated from the Yiddish with a Biographical and Bibliographical Note and Introduction by S. Morris von Engel. S. Ansky, Solomon Zainwil Rapaport.

THE DYBBUK: BETWEEN TWO WORLDS ... Translated from the Yiddish with a Biographical and Bibliographical Note and Introduction by S. Morris von Engel. [Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: Comet Press, 1953.]. Octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii-ix [x-xii] xiii-xxviii [1-4] 5-68, publisher's white wrappers printed in black, cloth tape spine, side stapled. First printing of this translation. The Dybbuk, written between 1911 and 1914, is Ansky's most famous and enduring work. "... describes with singular power the possession of a living body by the evil soul of a dead man." - Lovecraft, Supernatural Horror in Literature, p. 51. Bleiler (1978), p. 9. Wrappers dusty and rubbed at edges, a good copy. (#170712).

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