Belsavage. New York: Moffat, Yard and Co., 1923.
First American Edition. Scarce novel by this Jewish author and suffragist. 'Can a spiritual union between husband and wife be so strong that physical emotion may be eliminated? Belsavage is a beautiful young woman, the leader in her own Bohemian crowd of artists and writers, to whom men meant friends, never lovers. She finally becomes infatuated with a man of high ideals and is swept by him into marriage. A strange union results, for her husband, Martin, has extraordinary ideas regarding marital relations.' Near Fine in Very Good but soiled dustjacket, some nicking and wear at edges.
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