Basel: Kober, 1923.. 1923.. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed golden yellow wraps The wraps are darkened & lightly soiled with some tiny brown marks. The top & bottom inches of the front wrap are detached. 88 pages. There is staining to the bottom corners of the first five pages. Some page corners are lightly creased & there is occasional very light foxing. Good.
First edition. The text is in German.
Swiss author Fortunat Huber [1896-1984] studied psychology in Bern, graduating in 1923. This work was his doctoral thesis. In 1925, with his sister and brother-in-law, he founded the magazine "Schweizer Spiegel" and the publishing house of the same name. A number of his books were published under the pseudonym Richard Zaugg, among them the novel "Der Sundenfall", "Die Welt is so schlecht, Fraulein Betty und andere Bekenntnisse" and "Jean Lioba, Priv.-Doz.: oder die Geschichte mit dem Regulator". First Edition.