By: Klaczko, Julian ; [1828-1906]
Paris, Amyot: 1869
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Seller ID: 39186
Condition: Very Good+
3 p.l. & 140 pages; Contemporary quarter morocco over blue pattern-printed marbled paper-covered boards, flat spine lettered in gilt, pale yellow endpapers. Julian Klaczko was a Polish-born writer and politician, fluent in Hebrew, Polish, French, and German. His parents were wealthy Jews, and his birth-name was Jehuda Lejb; at the age of 17 he published a book of Hebrew poetry called "Duda'im." He studied in Wilno and Knigsberg and moved to Heidelberg after earning a PhD. After the failure of the Poznan' uprising (1848) he emigrated to France where he lived for the following 20... View More...