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The Jargon of Master Francois Villon, Clerk of Paris A. D. MCCCCLII & Being Seven Ballads from the Thieves' Argot of the XVth Century

Villon, Francois

Published by (Houghton Mifflin Company)., (Cambridge, Massachusetts), 1918
Used Condition Collectible-Very Good Boards
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(1918). No. 214 of 385 copies printed. Spine label. Foreword opening pages illustrated. Uncut page edges. Light scattered foxing. From the Foreword: "The seven Ballads in the Jargon or the Thieves' Argot of that period, which are herewith set forth, appear to be advice and warning -- Sermons, they have been called -- to his companions, the Brothers of 'La Coquille', and they are supposed to have been written about the year 1461". Bookseller Inventory # 480


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Title: The Jargon of Master Francois Villon, Clerk ...

Publisher: (Houghton Mifflin Company)., (Cambridge, Massachusetts)

Publication Date: 1918

Binding: Boards

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

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