The Mantle of Elijah
by ZANGWILL, I[srael]
- Good+ with no dust jacket
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New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers. Good+ with no dust jacket. 1900. Hardcover. First US Edition. With illustrations by Louis Loeb. In full green cloth-covered boards with decorations in green and titling in gilt on cover and spine. Interior a bit loose, with beginnings of split at mid-volume but clean and intact. Covers with wear at edges. --- Israel Zangwill (1864-1926) was a British novelist and playwright who coined the term 'melting pot' in his play 'The Melting Pot.' ; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" tall; 459 pages .
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