New York: Harper and Brothers, 1927. Hardcover. 273p., introduction, mild wear to boards otherwise a very good first edition stated in blue cloth and lightly-worn, chipped and price-clipped dj.
Literary essays including commentary on Jewish authors by the German immigrant author and literature professor at Brandeis whose family converted to Christianity when they immigrated. Lewisohn returned to Judaism in his twenties and became and outspoken critic of assimilation.