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Very Good in Very Good-dust jacket. 0801408377. Light foxing to textblock and ffep. DJ has scuffing. DJ has 2 small tears.; Cornell Studies in Classical Philology; V. 39; 379 pages; This study of the Roman poet Lucan (A. D. 39-65) treats the merits and meaning of Pharsalia, Lucan's epic and his only surviving work.
Near Fine in near fine jacket. First edition, 1976. Cloth hardcover in dust jacket, 379 pp., clean unmarked text, Near Fine copy in Near Fine dust jacket, light bumping to the tips of the book's covers, minor rubbing or creasing to the tips of the dust jacket. Dust jacket enclosed in archival dust jacket protector. Uncommon in hardcover.
Very Good+ in Good dust jacket. 0801408377. Light shelfwear to book. Gift inscription to ffep to R. E. Fantham. DJ has some tears and chipping. DJ a bit tatty.; Cornell Studies in Classical Philology; V. 39; 379 pages; This study of the Roman poet Lucan (A. D. 39-65) treats the merits and meaning of Pharsalia, Lucan's epic and his only surviving work.; Signed by Author.
This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In poor condition, suitable as a reading copy. No dust jacket., 850grams, ISBN: 0801408377.
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