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Herry Lonelich; ed. F. J. Furnivall.
The History of the Holy Grail, Vol. 1.
Publisher: Early English Text Society, 1874.
Series: Extra Series, Vols. 20 & 24.
Binding: hardback, stitch bound; library boards, no dustjacket.
Printer: John Childs & Sons.
Page count: 472pp plus 54pp publishers' matter.
Main language: Old French & Middle English text, no translations provided.
Overall condition fair: ex‑lib. Barking & Dagenham; this copy has been re-bound in plain library boards, some mild bumps & dinks but not badly worn; page edges a bit grubby, some foxing and staining on the pages at either end of the book; the usual library marks & stamps, but appears to be free of readers' marks.
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Weight without packaging: 978g.
Contents: contains the first 34 chapters of a Middle English verse adaptation of Robiers de Boron's Histoire del Saint Graal, text only; the first 11 chapters are lacking in the manuscript, so have been supplied here from an Old French original.
Maps & plans: no
Introduction: not in this volume
Notes: at foot of page
See also | Holy Grail |
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