Chicago: American Library Association, 1970. Second Printing. Original Red Cloth. Octavo, pp. 250, indexed, from DJ: "Illuminates an important chapter in the history of German-American cultural -interchange-the years 1933 to 1950. After delineating the structure of the anti-Hitler emigration, Dr. Cazden shows how a dynamic press and book trade arose on an international scale. Not only the great names of German twentieth-century literature are involved-Thomas and Heinrich Mann, Bertolt Brecht, Franz Werfel-but thousands of writers, journalists, politicians and scholars for whom the German language was a necessary medium of expression." Very Good in Good DJ. Item #1294
A nice copy of a book which launched the German exile literature studies in the 1970s and 1980s.