- Book Title: Morte Arthur. Two early English romances
- Author: Allen Paton
- ISBN: MWB7291435111
- Publisher: Dent. Dutton.
- Year Published: 1936
- Our Normal Price: £16.50 GBP ($0.00 USD)
- 10% Discounted Price: £14.85 GBP ($0.00 USD)
- Description: J M Dent and Sons (London) and EP Dutton and Co- (New York) 1936. reprinted edition of the 1912 first edition: number 634 of the Everyman's Library Series: turquoise hardcover with indented motif to front, gilt lettering to spine: orange dust jacket: approximately 4.25 x 6.75" tall: 209 pages including glossary plus publisher's list. Synopsis: Two early English metrical romances – Morte Arthure (dealing chiefly with the expedition of the Britons against Rome, the treason of Modred and the death of Arthur) translated into modern English, and Le Morte Arthur (the story of the maid of Ascolot, Lancelot's love for Guinevere, the history of Modred's treason and Arthur's final battle) in its original text. Condition: book seller's small circular stamp to front endpaper: long cut edges lightly foxed: cut edges of publisher's list heavily foxed: overall clean, firm and good
- Condition: See Above
- Dustcover: No
- Binding: Hardback
- Type: Used Books
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