A Gharry Driver in Jerusalem  

Author Ibn-Sahav, Ari [Ibn-Zahav; Goldstein, Leo] / Steinhardt, Jacob [Woodcuts] / Satten, Sylvia [Tr.]
Place of Publication Tel-Aviv
Publication Name Published by Lion the Printer
Year 1947
Language(s) English
RARE collection fictional accounts of the lives of Gharry drivers in British-ruled Palestine by the eminent Hebrew writer, playwright and editor Ari Ibn-Zahav [Sahav; Goldstein, Leo] (1899-1971). The stories are illustrated by an renowned Israeli painter and woodcut artist Jacob Steinhardt (1887-1968). 165x120mm. 92 pages [+2]. Illustrated Softcover. Cover yellowing and slightly stained. Cover corners and spine edges slightly worn. Spine wrinkled and slightly rubbed. Pages yellowing. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare book on the life of Jews and Arabs under the British mandate, illustrated by one of the most influential Israeli artists, is in good condition.
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Catalog Index Number MA 24 42

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