Berlin: Ernst Rowohlt (Haag-Drugulin, Leipzig), 1930. First edition (1.–5. Tausend). In publisher’s orange cloth. With original photographic dust jacket, designed by György Kepes. 356, (4) p. The binding with faint stains, inside very good condition. / The dust jacket with a little loss at spine, overall in good condition.
First edition of Polgar’s novel with the original photographic dust jacket, designed by the Hungarian-American Bauhausler, György Kepes, associate of László Moholy-Nagy, teacher at the New Bauhaus in Chicago, founder and teacher of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.