by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Published by New Directions, 1941. First Edition. Tan cloth. Nine double-page Illustrations by Rockwell Kent. Text in German and English. Book design by Ward Ritchie. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket, tape repaired closed tears on front panel, fading to spine, edgewear.
Faust. A new American translation by Carlyle F. MacIntyre, with illustrations by Rockwell KentIllustrated Books, Literature in Translation, Modern First Editions
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