Spider's Web and Zipper and His Father
Two novellas of rare energy, "The Spider's Web" and "Zipper and His Father" are filled with Joseph Roth's surprising political foresight and compassionate sensitivity to the tremors of a world on the brink of collapse. "The Spider's Web" paints a chillingly realistic picture of the conspiracies that paved the way for the rise of Hitler. "Zipper and His Father" chronicles the progress of a father and son through the febrile world of German cinema in the 1920s.
- Paperback | 245 pages
- 156 x 205.2 x 18.5mm | 254.02g
- 01 Apr 2004
- Overlook Books
- United States
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"Extremely gifted, Roth's truly deserved recognition came to him only posthumously . . . the author was ahead of his times."