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New York: J. Winchester, The New World Press, (1844). First edition thus, the translator anonymous but Jonathan Flock was done by Gustav C. Hebbe and "The Refugee..." by Parke Godwin (J.P. Hoskins, "Parke Godwin...", 1905). Modern unprinted blue wrappers, 71 pp., double columns. Of the many Germans read at Brook Farm, Zschokke was condsidered, for his humor, satire, and emotional warmth, the favorite after Goethe (Sterling Delano, 1893, p.99). And, no doubt, for one of the key tenets of the liberal Unitarians: "But, fraulein, the church is not religion, and God dwells everywhere" (p.18). Two volumes in one, and scarce - OCLC records just three locations. The paper moderately foxed, some edgewear. The wrapper clean and unworn. A Good copy.
Title: The Refugee in the Mountains of Jura, and Jonathan Frock.
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