The Spinoza of Market Street, Isaac Bashevis Singer, 1st Ed, Unclipped DJ, 1961


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The Spinoza of Market Street
by Isaac Bashevis Singer


Publisher: Jewish Publication Society of America, Philadelphia
Copyright: 1961

CONDITION: This book is in very good condition. Hardcover with unclipped dust jacket. The dust jacket (protected by a mylar cover) is lightly worn with a small tear along spine. Publisher's original magenta and green boards are in good condition, near fine. Hinges tight. Binding square. There is an ex-libris on the inside of the front cover. Text block is crisp and clean. No markings.

In this collection of Eastern European folk tales; Singer depicts the superstitious side of Jewish village life. Superstition rages and conquers nearly all of the villagers, their mindsets, and is in fact the main guide for their beliefs, goals and aspirations. The real Spinoza fought against superstition; it's no wonder, then, that a failed Spinozist would be the subject of the first of this book's short stories.

5.5" x 8.25"
214 pages

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