Los Angeles: the author, 1923. 101p., paperback, inscribed by Fabijanovic on the title page, old private bookplate inside front cover. Generally mild wear with a small tear to the spine panel. Text in German.
Fabijanovic, born in Serbo-Croatia, came to the US in 1897 and worked in the baking industry where he was a union activist before traveling across the country in search of a better understanding of human nature. As an egoist inspired by Nietzsche, he corresponded in multiple languages with many prominent anarchists of his day; his papers are held at the University of Michigan (Labadie's cataloguing of his papers describes him as "Immigrant Slavonian baker, hobo, writer.") The title, "Two lonely people and their bliss," refers to the author and Maximilian Morocutti.