Second Edition. Edited by Lew Earl Winburg. "A novel of the first Russian revolution which contained the seeds of the later upheaval. Incidentally it is the story of the Jew persecuted by so-called charitable people. Rasputin, the Czarina, and the people of the streets and fields are thrown into a book which has a hint of autobiography. There are rush and confusion in this book. A man stops in his love-making to talk vegetarianism, characters turn suddenly, and with out reason, to this and that. It is as if the writer's mind was crammed with pictures and the time for their release was short." Near Fine in attractive Very Good dustjacket.