JOSEPH AND KOZA or the Sacrifice to the Vistula. Translated from the Yiddish by the Author and Elizabeth Shuh. Pictures by Symeon Shimin.
Edition: First printing
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1970. Large squarish quarto. Red cloth, illustrations in brown and black. Fine copy. Jacket has very small chips to head of spine, tiny chips to outer corners, else fine, flap price intact. no owner names. "In pagan Poland, where the barbarous tribes believe in devils and witches, a maiden is sacrificed each summer to pacify the evil spirits of the river Vistula. Into this world comes a stranger from the East. Joseph, a wandering goldsmith and a Jew, tells of the one God, more powerful than Baba Yaga and all her wicked retinue."; Quarto