Glassie, Henry. Very Good + in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 852pp. incl. index; HB dk. gray&blue w/gilt; some rub w/'X', bttm. foredge; bookplate, ft. pastedwn.; clean, tight pgs. DJ lt. brwn. w/white-sepia photo; rubbed w/chips&tears. The people, folklore, tales, & moral values of a Northern Ireland community. illus.
Very good hardcover in very good dust jacket. xx, 852 pages. Index. Bibliographical references. Photographs. Illustrations. Music. Publications of the American Folklore Society, Volume 4. 1st U.S. printing. A study of folklore and folklife--and it is an ethnography, a history, a cultural geography, and an architectural history of a community in Northern Ireland.
Very Good. No Jacket. Book Publication of the American Folklore Society, New Series, Volume 4. The covers have modest soiling and shelfwear with modest bumping to the front and back top corners; the binding is tight and the contents are clean and in fine condition. hardback book, no dust jacket, 852 pages, with black and white illustrations.
Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 0812278232. A clean and pristine copy, with no markings and no signs of prior use. The jacket has slight shelfwear and a light stain on the spine, but it is now protected by a mylar Brodart cover. Fast shipping, with tracking number provided.; Publications of the American Folklore Society New Series; 9.60 X 6.80 X 1.90 inches; 832 pages.
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