Sm. 8vo, pp. xxvi, [ii], 408, occasional light spotting; German contemporary half calf, spine decorated in gilt and black, slightly rubbed.
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First edition in book form of a series of newspaper articles, first published in the Augsburger Allgemeine Zeitung, discussing cultural and political developments in France. It was Heine’s first work of political journalism.
Goedeke VIII, 557, 41; Wilpert/Gühring 8.
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