First edition of Berger's first book, set in postwar Allied-occupied Germany.
Very good plus in very good plus jacket.
CRAZY IN BERLIN
"The Nazis had first been clowns, and then almost without transition, devils."
Berger's first published novel, and the first introduction to his recurring hero Carlo Reinhardt.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1958). 8.25'' x 5.5''. Original olive cloth with black spine lettering. In original unclipped ($4.75) dust jacket, designed by Sydney Butchkes. , 440 pages. "A-8–58[H]" to copyright page. Minor bumping to spine ends. Moderate foxing to endpapers. Jacket lightly edgeworn, with light soil to rear panel and minor scuffing to extremities.
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