A little yes and a big no; the autobiography of George Grosz. Illustrated by the author. Translated by Lola Sachs Dorin.

; Dorin, Lola Sachs, 1913- translator
New York, The Dial Press, 1946.

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
ND 237 .G68 A3 1946 Off-site
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
ND237.G68 A3 Off-site
Lauinger Special Collections General
Lauinger Special Collections General
Other Authors Dorin, Lola Sachs, 1913-
Subjects Artists -- Correspondence.
Grosz, George, 1893-1959.
Description 343 pages illustrations, plates (some color, 1 double) portrait 26 cm
Copyright Date 1946.
Contents A glance through the family album -- The vision -- I draw everything -- Get "Grosz" out of the desk -- Mueller and the Maulstick -- Karl May -- a German writer for the young and Adolph Hitler's favorite author -- The thirteenth child -- How I wanted to learn composition -- I enter the arena -- The eve of the Holocaust -- I am discovered -- The rising spiral -- Dadaism -- Dr. St. Commands the sewing needle -- Max Hoelz, the little German revolutionary soldier -- By his friends shall ye judge him -- Pascin, the last Bohemian -- Svengali Joe -- Reminiscences of a reception at the Russian Embassy in Berlin -- Fairy tale -- Interlude -- America -- More America -- The story of the De Vilbiss spray -- I find a new home -- A stranger in a strange land: he is no one -- At a castle in Baltimore -- Thomas Mann -- I wanted to be an American illustrator -- Ernst Toller -- poet and rebel -- The painter enters his studio.
Genre Records and correspondence.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)824081
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Grosz, George, 1893-1959.
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