New York The Afe Press, 1932.. 1932.. Very good. ONE OF ONLY 12 COPIES, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR - Quarto, 11-1/4 inches high by 8-1/2 inches wide. Blue cloth titled in gilt on the spine. The covers are rubbed and soiled. Title, table of contents, and 60 mechanically reproduced pages, printed on one side, with occasional holograph corrections penned in ink. The title page and colophon are printed on both sides of a light blue sheet, with the text printed on cream stock. The leaves are slightly darkened along the edges. Very good.
Limited edition of only 12 numbered copies. This copy signed "Aun Foda" by the author at the top of the front endpaper.
Aun Foda is a pseudonym for the psychiatrist and psycho-therapist Dr. Arthur Foxe. The work at hand is a study of the psychological significance and relevance of Greta Garbo as a symbol. Dr. Foxe also occasionally sidetracks to examine the influence of other screen idols, Charlie Chaplin and his work in particular, on the human psyche.