Date Published: 1937 & 1960
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.
• 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.).
• 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.