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Book Description
As well as a lengthy Introduction to the texts, their authenticity, language & background the corrected version of the 2 texts is printed in full along with notes & a glossary. The whole forms an important contribution to early Scottish poetry. This copy comes from the library of LASCELLES ABERCROMBIE and bears his signature. This edition has a portrait of James 1 of Scotland and an illustration of the original first page of the poem.
Dealer Notes
James 1 of Scotland is thought to have been the author of the Kingis Quair which was written in the early C15th. Lascelles Abercrombie was a poet & academic, one of the group of Dymock (or Georgian) poets.
Author Lawson, Alexander (editor)
Date 1910
Binding Hardback, original boards
Publisher Adam & Charles Black
Illustrator Not Applicable
Condition Almost very good
Pages 95+169

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