Limited to 200 copies. Berger p. 84 . This book brings together Ezra Pound's unpublished translations of Medieval poetry of the ninth to fourteenth centuries. The originals of which now reside in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library of Yale University. An introduction by James Laughlin. The original poetry is in Old Anglo-Saxon, medieval Italian, Old French, Latin, and medieval Portuguese. Printed on Rives Heavy paper using Romanée and Lutetia Italic types. The tipped-in frontispiece is translated into a six-color wood engraving by Dellas Henke, taken originally from a watercolor composed by Pound's wife Dorothy Shakespear. Two announcements for the book are loosely laid-in. Spine faded. viii , xvi, 85, 3 pages. cloth-backed, marbled paper-covered boards. 4to..
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