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Muted voices <Glasuri in surdină> / by Eugene Relgis; authorized translation by Rose Freeman-Ishill; with 34 wood engravings by Louis Moreau; introductory by Stefan Zweig.

Author/Creator:
Relgis, Eugen, author.
Publication:
[Berkeley Heights, New Jersey] : Published and Printed by the Oriole Press Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, MCM XXX VIII [1938]
Format/Description:
Book
[13], 14-200, [2] : illustrations, 20 cm
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Standardized Title:
Glasuri in surdină. English.
Other Title:
Glasuri in surdină.
Subjects:
Deaf -- Fiction.
Deafness -- Fiction.
Self-actualization (Psychology) -- Fiction.
Deaf.
Deafness.
Self-actualization (Psychology).
Form/Genre:
Fiction.
Dust jackets (Bindings) -- 1938.
Publishers' advertisements -- 1938.
Typefaces (Type Specimens) -- Cromwell
Woodcuts (prints)
Place of Publication:
United States New Jersey Berkeley Heights.
Language:
In English, translated from Romanian.
Notes:
Title page in green and white.
Translation of: "Glasuri in surdină".
"Copyright 1938, by the Oriole Press"--title page verso.
"Illustrated with 34 woodengravings by Louis Moreau" and, "Hand-set with the ten point Cromwell completed in Octomber [sic] 1938"; with the publishers' device of the Oriole Press with "Joseph Ishill Typographer within device"--page [2], at end.
Local notes:
Kislak Center copy has handwritten note by Rose Freeman-Ishill, dated December 1938 in blue ink on inside front flyleaf. It reads: "For Dr. Louise Stevens Bryant with the cordial good wishes.".
Penn Provenance:
Freeman-Ishill, Rose (autograph)
Bryant, Louis Stevens (dedicatee)
Penn Chronology:
1938
Contributor:
Freeman-Ishill, Rose, translator.
Moreau, Louis, 1883-1958, wood engraver.
Zweig, Stefan, 1881-1942, writer of introduction.
Ishill, Joseph, typographer.
Oriole Press (Berkeley Heights, N.J.), publisher, printer.
OCLC:
4430949