A Gentleman`s Agreement Book
Enter your mobile phone number or email address below and we`ll send you a link to download the free Kindle app. Then you can read kindle books on your smartphone, tablet or computer – no need for a Kindle device. About this article: Simon & Schuster, New York, 1947. Hardcover. Status: Very good. State protective handling: Very good less. 1. Edition (date on title pages and copyright without additional prints). Brown fabric boards with a green inscription.
1. State DJ with a price of $2.75 on the DJ valve and with photo of the author on the back; Mylar protected. Illustrations of jackets by Tom Lowell. The lateral age toning and a little fade from the boards. DJ is obturé and chipping. Signed and tagged by the author on Exlibris on the dedication page: “For D-Montemarano, a loyal reader – Sincerely, Laura Z. Hobson, 1982″. Basis of the award-winning film directed by Elia Kazan and starring Gregory Peck. Also on the dedication page is attached a card signed by ELIA KAZAN (director of the film). An exlibris signed DOROTHRY McGUIRE (played `Kathy Lacy` in the film” is also placed on the front page); and a card SIGNED BY ANNE REVERE (played `Mrs. Green`).
Photo in black and W signed and tagged by CELESTE HOLM (played `Anne Dettrey` and won the Oscar for performance). The second page is accompanied by a card signed JANE WYATT (played `Jane`; and a Crad signed by JUNE HAVOC (played `Elaine Wales`). Unique copy for the Hobson – gentleman`s fan or collector. Size: 8vo – more than 7″ – 9″ large size. Signed by the author. Seller Inventory # 030599 It is interesting that Mrs. Hobson`s novel about anti-Semitism is published, and obviously very happy, by the same house that, a few years ago, deliberately suppressed a book by Jerome Weidman on the grounds that its unattractive Jewish characters would reinforce anti-Jewish sentiment in this country. In the course of Mrs.
Hobson`s story, we are actually talking about the Weidman species; We must understand that Mrs Hobson disapproves of drawing attention to unpleasant Jewish examples. The hero of the gentleman`s Agreement was commissioned to make a series of articles on anti-Semitism for a mass review; In search of a new “point of view” for the series – for a new one, and a new one that the subject naturally demands – he browses his library and comes across three books, each with a “dishonest, intriguing or repugnant” Jew as the main character. “Did it ever occur to one of them,” phil Green said, furious at his authors, “to write about a good guy who was Jewish? Did everyone have a wild need to choose a Jew who was a pig in the wholesale trade, a Jew who was a pig in the movies, a Jew who was a pig in bed? About this article: Simon & Schuster, New York, 1947. Linked edition. Condition: Good. State protection envelope: fair. Book Club Edition. The New York Herald Tribune said, “This story is under the skin.
He reaches a grandiose emotional tension. It makes you angry to think about your own code, your own silence. The Philadelphia Inquirer says, “A cast like this is rare in today`s literature. You won`t escape the effects of your problems for days after you finish the book. Good with the fair DJ….