[Budapest]: Nova Irodalmi Intézet, . First Hungarian edition. In publisher’s printed cloth with gilt-embossed ornaments on the spine and the publisher’s logo on the cover. With the original, illustrated dust jacket, designed by Jenő Pályi. 392 p. Dust jacket very slightly chipped and dusted. Pages yellowed due to acidic paper. Overall in fine condition.
First Hungarian edition of Alfred Döblin’s (1878–1957) 1929 novel Berlin Alexanderplatz. Dust jacket illustrated in a modernist style by Hungarian graphic artist Jenő Pályi (1900–1953).