Cat and Mouse by Gunter GrassLiterature in Translation, Modern First Editions
Translated by Ralph Manheim. Harcourt Brace , 1963. First American edition.. Small octavo. Black cloth. 189pp. Near Fine in Very Good+ dustjacket, light rubbing, slight fade to spine panel. Jacket designed by the author.
Author’s second book and second volume of his Danzig Trilogy. Grass won the Nobel Prize in 1999.
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