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DAS PANTERFELL by  EMIL BERNHARD - Hardcover - 1951-01-01 - from Epilonian Books (SKU: 20200502004)

DAS PANTERFELL

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DAS PANTERFELL

by BERNHARD, EMIL

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STEINBERG-VERLAG, 1951-01-01. Hardcover. Acceptable/Acceptable. Steinberg-Verlag [Published date: 1951]. Hard cover, 370 pp. No other printings listed. Text in German. Acceptable+ in acceptable+ dust jacket. Brown cloth covered boards with copper lettering on front and spine. Moderate scuffing, fading and soiling to edges of covers. Binding tight. Front paste down has several nicks and small tears near the front hinge (but this does not affect the binding which still tight. Pages are browned with age but otherwise unmarked. Dust jacket has several 1" or less chips and tears and creasing along edges. Moderate overall scuffing, aging, soiling, and damp-staining to dust jacket as well. Nice cover art. Now in an archival quality Brodart cover. NOT Ex-library. NO remainder marks. Emil Bernhard was the pen-name of Emil Moses Bernhard Cohn (1881 - 1948). Cohn was born in Berlin into a liberal and observant Jewish family with Zionist sympathies. After completing his religious education he was appointed as a Prediger in the Berlin Jewish community, but he was suspended in 1907 because of pro-Zionist comments ascribed to him. Over the next decades, he served elsewhere as a rabbi and began publishing plays and essays under the pseudonym Emil Bernhard. He emigrated to the United States in 1939 and remained there until his death in 1948. [From jacket flap] Dieser Roman ist das dichterische Testament des hinreißenden Kanzelredners und Dramatikers, der weit über die Grenzen Deutschlands hinaus wegen seiner Werke und seines Bekennermutes geschätzt war. Max Reinhardt hat seine Stücke inszeniert, und Zeitgenossen wie Stefan Zweig und Selma Lagerlöf sind von seinen Schriften tief bewegt worden. - Als Emil Bernhard 1936 aus seiner deutschen Heimat nach Holland floh, war es Albert Einstein, der ihm half, nach den Vereinigten Staaten zu emigrieren. Dort ist er 1948 als Opfer eines Verkehrsunfalles in Los Angeles gestorben. In seinem letzten Roman ÃÂ"Das PanterfellÃÂ" leuchtet uns noch einmal das edle, kampfheiße und menschenfreundliche Herz dieses vielseitigen Mannes entgegen. In Form einer abenteuerlichen Robinsonade, die sich mitten während des Zweiten Weltkrieges auf einer einsamen Insel abspielt,'gibt der Dichter das letzte Mal eine Probe seiner geist-und humorvollen Dialektik, seiner brennenden Anteilnahme an den Zeitgeschehnissen und seiner echten Religiosität.

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Bookseller
Epilonian Books US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
20200502004
Title
DAS PANTERFELL
Author
BERNHARD, EMIL
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Acceptable
Jacket condition
Acceptable
Quantity available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
STEINBERG-VERLAG
Date published
1951-01-01
Keywords
Literature, German language

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