1909 Pan Knut Hamsun Literature German Novel Movie Goebbels
Pan aus Lieutnant Thomas Glahns Papieren
By Knut Hamsun
(Pan, from Lieutenant Thomas Glahn’s papers) – In German language.
Early edition of the novel Pan, written by famous and controversial Norwegian author Knut Hamsun, first published in 1894. Pan is written whilst his author lived in Paris and is a part of famous trilogy along with other two novels – Hunger and Victoria. The novel has been adapted for film four times. In 1937, a German-made version was produced under the sponsorship of Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels, who considered Hamsun one of his favorite authors.
Munchen, Langen, 1909.
Size: 19 x 12,5 cm
Binding: Original wrappers. Torn and damaged on the edges with signs of aging and usage.
Condition: Signature by the previous owner on the half title page. Minor spots on some pages, Pp. 164-166 damaged at the top side, text not affected, in good condition overall.
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