Satanella (1932)

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Satanella  (1932) 
by Jaroslav Vrchlický, translated by Roderick Aldrich Ginsburg

Illustrated by Yaro Victor Brozek.
Czech original first published in 1874.


Jaroslav Vrchlický

Fide et amore pf
Fide et amore pf

Privately Printed
and Copyrighted
May 1932


An Epic Poem

Jaroslav Vrchlicky

Translated from the Czech


Y. Victor Brozek

This Volume Is Lovingly
To the Cherished Memory
of my brother,
whose untimely death on
a forgotten battlefield of
war-mad Europe left
an irreparable void
in my life.

This Edition consists
of 250 Privately
Printed and
numbered copies
of which only 200
are for sale.


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