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Book Description
1935 English edition 4to Cloth back pictorial paper boards. pp 12 with movable wheels, pull tabs, cutouts, magic pictures (sadly the red viewing sheet is missing) the cut out page in the pocket at the back of the book is present. Covers marked and edges some what worn other wise good. The book is remarkable for a number of reasons, Tom was the legendary psychoanalyst’s eccentric niece Martha, born Gertrud Martha Freud, who adopted a male first name. In her late twenties, Tom met the writer Jacob (Jankew) Seidmann, and the two had a daughter. In 1929, Jacob’s publishing venture failed and he committed suicide. Several months later, Tom too took her own life. She wrote and illustrated The Magic Boat during that final year.
Dealer Notes
Stock Ref P65
Author Tom Seidmann - Freud
Date (1935)
Binding Hardcover
Publisher Berlin: Herbert Stuffer Verlag
Condition Good

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