A Gharry Driver in Jerusalem; Translated by Sylvia Satten. Wood-Cuts by Jacob Steinhardt.

Tel Aviv: Lion the Printer, (1947). First edition. 12mo, 92pp + 2pp glossary; printed wrappers. Wrappers faintly toned and with a denting, rubbing; near fine, fragile. Item #205397

Short stories of life in Jerusalem under the British mandate. Ari Ibn-Sahav -- more often written Zahav -- was the penname of Leo Goldstein, Polish-born poet and writer, an early Zionist, and co-founder of the Hebrew University Press.

Price: $125.00

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