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1 Hoffmann, E. T. A The Devil's Elixirs
London John Calder (1963) First Edition Hardcover Good with no dust jacket Illustrated by Weissenborn, Hellmuth 
Ex-Library, "Palmerston North Public Library." Library stamps and markings. Plastic protective jacket attached to dust wrapper, boards and endpapers with adhesive tape. ; xi, [1], 324 pages. Papered boards. Illustrated. Page dimensions: 204mm x 128mm. "Among the intense, often contradictory passions released by the Romantic movement in European literature at the turn of the eighteenth century, was an obsession with the hidden, apparently uncontrollable forces acting upon the human mind, above all in moments of powerful mental stress. It is with the portrayal of the grotesque, bizarre forms of experience produced by such moments that the name of E. T. A. Hoffmann has come to be primarily associated." - from the introduction. ; 8vo 
Price: 94.50 NZD
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