Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8 Vo; 1.5 # First Edition, First Printing; dj in mylar; 206 clean, unmarked pages; . Examines the French re-evaluation, by scholars and historians of the time, of folklore and popular traditions in view of the Enlightenment and the French Revolution.
Very good; Collectible. Published in 1974 by the Indiana University Press, a fine 206-page (green with gilt spine-lettering) hardcover book (with a small black mark on the fly-sheet) in a nice dark blue dust jacket with minor edgewear at both upper and lower spine, otherwise, apparently unread, unused, and with clean unmarked text, this is a very good copy. (1121)
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