Orlando Furioso in Five Volumes. Volume V (5) Only. Second Edition: Ariosto, Lodovico (trans. from ...

Orlando Furioso in Five Volumes. Volume V (5) Only. Second Edition

Ariosto, Lodovico (trans. from Italian with notes by John Hoole)

Published by Printed for George Nicol Bookseller,, 1785
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Title: Orlando Furioso in Five Volumes. Volume V (5...

Publisher: Printed for George Nicol Bookseller,

Publication Date: 1785

Binding: Hardcover


Hardback w/o dust jacket, leather bound, front board is completely detached, cardboard showing on corner edges, marble endpapers, book plate inside cover, pages show brown foxing spots, 322 pages plus postscript. Condition is poor (not surprising considering book's age), but text is complete. Volume V (5) Only. Bookseller Inventory # LMO61

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