8vo, six numbers with eight supplements (nos. 4 & 5 together as a double number), bound in one volume, the supplements printed on green paper including many advertisements; with illustrations by Max Beckman, Ludwig Meidner, Arthur Segal, and Georg Walter Rössner; a few minor spots here and there, but in very good condition, in contemporary paper boards, printed paper label to spine, the original printed wrappers bound in.
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A complete run, with all the supplements, of this important Expressionist bi-monthly literary periodical. In addition to contributions by the editors, it includes the first appearance in print of works by Gottfried Benn, Fritz Max Cahén, Albert Ehrenstein, Victor Hadwiger, Max Herrmann-Neisse, Georg Heym, Arno Holz, Oskar Kanehl, Rudolf Leonhard, Alfred Lichtenstein and Paul Zech.
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