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Modern miscellany presented to Eugène Vinaver by pupils, colleagues and friends
|Statement||edited by T. E. Lawrenson, F. E. Sutcliffe and G. F. A. Gadoffre.|
|Contributions||Vinaver, Eugène, 1899-, Lawrenson, T. E. 1918-1982, ed., Sutcliffe, F. E., d. 1983, ed., Gadoffre, Gilbert, ed.|
|LC Classifications||PQ36 .V5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 314 p.|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||70443009|
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Lawrenson; F. Sutcliffe; G. Gadoffre (Editors) Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller. 1 I say “credited” because Vinaver, thanks to the help of his colleague Barry Gaines, later changed his attribution of the Rylands Caxton facsimilist from Whittaker (Wh) to a John Harris (H) in his second edition of reason for this change is explored in Gaines’ article “A Forgotten Artist: John Harris and the Rylands Copy of Caxton’s Edition of Malory.”.
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