246p. Ex-library copy of a hardcover book in near-fine condition with a like dustjacket. Clean and tight apart from the usual library markings. The dustjacket has a sticker on the spine; otherwise in fine condition. Jackson examines medieval literature--romance, lyrics, drama, and so on.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Used. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Black cloth over boards, smythe sewn, archival paper. VG+ with 3 small nicks on tails; they do not penetrate through cloth. Top of text-block shows mild staining. Spine good, interior bright, white, unmarked except for pencilled bookseller prices on front free endpaper. DJ chafed w mild surface scratches, sl rolling at extremities, nick, wrinkle at spine tail. "Throughout his long career W.T.H. Jackson was one of the foremost scholars of medieval studies. The essays in this collection demonstrate his formidable command of classical and medieval materials and indicate the wide scope of his experience."--from the jacket 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. First Edition. F/NF. Hardcover, black cloth with purple gilt spine titles, DJ, 246 pp, light edgewear with a touch of rubbing to jacket, otherwise a crisp, clean and tight copy. Protected in a Brodart cover.
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