New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation, (1935). First edition. 8vo, 224pp; blue cloth stamped in gilt on spine and with printed label on front. Shelf-rubbed, endpapers marked, very slight lean, else very good in a rubbed, price-clipped dust jacket. Item #205663
Depression-era sexist humor in the form of an epistolary novel. The author, an itinerant scribbler and sometime actor, became a Coughlinite propagandist and backer of Hitler. He was indicted for treason for wartime broadcasts he made in Germany in a court case along with several co-defendants, including the poet Ezra Pound. While Pound would spend years incarcerated in a psychiatric hospital, the charges against Delaney were dropped for insufficient evidence.