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Thomas Hoccleve: a study in Early Fifteenth-Century English Poetic by  Jerome Mitchell - First Edition - 1968 - from Blue Jacket Books and

Thomas Hoccleve: a study in Early Fifteenth-Century English Poetic

by Mitchell, Jerome

Condition: Near Fine/Very Good

Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1968. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. Good, clean copy of this important contribution to medieval literature studies. Binding and spine tight, tips unbroken. Previous owner's sticker on first free end-paper. Slight chipping to dust jacket on back at top. Otherwise, paste-downs neat and tidy, pages bright and clean. Volume contains scholarly apparatus in the form of, e.g., notes, index, and bibliography. x + 152 pp. Additional postage may be required for oversize or especially heavy volumes, and for sets.


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