Item #8807 Ignazio Silone letter with Bread and Wine book. Ignazio SILONE, Secondino Tranquilli.
Ignazio Silone letter with Bread and Wine book
Ignazio Silone letter with Bread and Wine book
Ignazio Silone letter with Bread and Wine book
Ignazio Silone letter with Bread and Wine book
Ignazio Silone letter with Bread and Wine book
Ignazio Silone letter with Bread and Wine book
Ignazio Silone letter with Bread and Wine book
Ignazio Silone letter with Bread and Wine book

Ignazio Silone letter with Bread and Wine book

Date Published: 1937 & 1960
Binding: 

Ignazio Silone was an Italian political leader, novelist, and short-story writer, world-famous during World War II for his powerful anti-fascist novels. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature ten times.

1 Letter:

• TLS to Irma Antonetto, Associazione Culturale Italiana, 9 November 1960, written in Italian, recommending various people who might lecture for the Associazione (Paolo Angioni, Walter Irico, etc.).

1 Book:

• Bread and Wine. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1937. Trans. Gwenda David and Eric Mosbacher. Black cloth in slightly chipped dust jacket. Copyright page: First Edition / A-M" (the latter is the publisher's date code for "Jan., 1937". It has also the printed price of $2.75 in the upper right corner of the front flap. Inscription on front free endpaper from previous owner: "New York | 1/20/37 | in omaggio alla | giustizia e la libertà”. [in homage to justice and freedom]

On consignment with LDRB.
Item #8807

$500.00 USD
$675.53 CAD

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