Sir John Harington's Translation of Orlando Furioso, Edited and Introduced By Graham Hough

Ariosto, Lodovico; Harington, Sir John (Translator) ;Hough, Graham (Editor)

Published by Southern Illinois University Press, 1962
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Uncommon limited publication. Per note on copyright page, "Limited to 1, 500 copies, of which 750 are for sale in the United States". 579 pages. Oversized hardcover with dust jacket. Southern Illinois University Press. 1962 limited edition, a first thus. Book: Very good. Clean and complete, showing mild wear. Not ex-library. Unmarked. Corners bumped. Dust Jacket: Very good. Unclipped. Edge wear includes various small nicks and a short closed tear at upper front edge. 6. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Sir John Harington's Translation of Orlando ...
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press
Publication Date: 1962
Binding: Hard Cover with Dust Jacket
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: Limited

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Ariosto, Lodovico and Sir John Harington.
Published by Southern Illinois University Press: Carbondale (1962)
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Book Description Southern Illinois University Press: Carbondale, 1962. 11.5 x 9.25, blue cloth, 579 double column pp, covers a little worn, extremities bumped, hinges loose, contents nice, in delaminating, worn dust jacket. LIMITED TO 1500 COPIES, OF WHICH 750 WERE FOR SALE IN THE U.S. Bookseller Inventory # 98-3421

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