Title: Letters of Pontius Pilate: Written during His Governorship of Judaea to His Friend Seneca in Rome
Author: W. P. [William Percival] Crozier
Description: First Edition. Purple boards with gilt lettering. Foxing to top edge of text block. Has a spot near gutter showing on a few pages in the foreword, else pages clean. Dust jacket shows light wear at corners and head and foot of spine; slight edge wear; not price clipped ($1.75). DJ in clear archival sleeve. 172 pp. 7.75 x 5.5 inches.
In these letters Pilate describes the events of his Governorship, his impressions, his policy, and the difficulty he had dealing with the Jews. They portray the times of Jesus and the principal events of his life from the viewpoint of the Roman Governor of Judaea.
Tipped-in notice from the publisher on the ffep stating that these letters are purely fictitious and composed by Crozier for the purpose of presenting a picture of what might reasonably be supposed to have happened in the time of Pontius Pilate. The crediting Crozier as the editor on the title page was an artifice.
William Percival Crozier (British, 1879-1944).
Condition: Very Good+
Jacket Condition: Very Good
Publisher: J. H. Sears & Company
Place: New York
Keywords: Jesus, Pontius Pilate, Judaea, narratives, fiction,
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