Very Good+ in Very Good jacket. Hardcover. Very good+ in a very good orange and white dust jacket with black title to front and spine panels. Minor edgewear to dust jacket. Interior is clean and bright. Index, 247 pages. LIT/122216.
Very good in very good dust jacket. Near fine, little used copy. Near fine dust cover. Sewn binding. Blue cloth over boards. Dust cover. 8.5"; 247 pg.; Bibliography, index. Oxford History of English Literature, Part 2, Vol.2 This volume consists of four independent essays, dealing respectively with 'Medieval Drama', 'The Carol and Fifteenth-Century Lyric', 'Popular Narrative Poetry and the Ballad', and the late Arthurian romance of Sir Thomas Malory. Although its interest is centered in the Fifteenth Century, it inevitably takes a somewhat wider range, and look both backwards and forwards. The beginnings alike of the Drama and of Lyrical Poetry belong to a much earlier period, and the full development of the Ballad cannot be regarded as complete before the Eighteenth Century.
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