Die Einsiedelei. Ein Stundenblatt. Nr. VIII-XV [Poems].

Amsterdam, Christof Brundel Verlag, [1930].

8vo, pp. 28, printed in red and black; original orange wrappers with black and gold paper label on upper cover, spine worn.


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First edition, rare, of a collection of several short pieces by the Expressionist poet Jakob Haringer. It includes: ‘Chinesische Strofen’, ‘Unbekannter Dichter/ Werke für einen Freund’, ‘Werke aus dem ägyptischen’, ‘Lieder von den Salomo-Inseln’, ‘Werke nach Ronsard’ and ‘Werke nach Mathurin Régnier’.

Raabe 104.10; Wilpert/Gühring 18.

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