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The Breton Lays in Middle English.

by Rumble, Thomas C. (Edited)

Condition: Fine/Very Good

Fine Hardcover Very Good Dust Jacket First American Edition 269 pp. Clean pages NOT a library copy. Price clipped and one very small chip on top of front cover and light handling else Very Good and the Hardcover is "Fine" Here are well known Breton Lays and ever lesser known ones but the Arthurian Fairy story "Sir Launfal" is here as are seven others is diplomatic Middle English editions with notes and even Facsimile pages. Nice copy. A treasure this almost as much as the Fairy woman Sir Launfal was sworn not to brag of! We wrap in brown paper before shipping to protect your jacket. Forty years selling what we read


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