173pgs. Very Good condition blue cloth hardcover, The Lake English Classis Series. Very faint rubbing to spine edges and corners, slight darkening of cloth to spine. Scant remnant of a previous owner's bookplate (art deco style?) on front endpaper, otherwise clean and unmarked. Contents: Preface; Introduction: Chaucer, Dryden, The Story of Palamon and Arcite, Dryden's Style, Dryden's Estimate of Chaucer, Suggestions to Teachers, Bibliography; Text [with footnotes]; Notes; Glossary; Index. Laid in is a piece of ephemera-a vintage bookmark-from Scott Foresman & Co. Publishers, advertising Robert's Rules of Order, with a blurb about Mr. Robert Morris of Pennsylvania, seconded by Mr. John Rutledge of South Carolina, proposing George Washington for the President of the Convention. #1991.
Title: Palamon and Arcite or the Knight's Tale from Chaucer.
Author: Dryden, John. Edited By May Estelle Cook.
Edition: No Additional Printings Indicated
Publisher: Chicago and New York, Scott, Foresman & Co. [The Lake English Classics], 1898
Binding: Cloth Hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good
Size: 16mo - 5¾ Inches - 6 3/4 Inches Tall
Seller ID: 1991
Keywords: Palamon and Arcite, The Knight's Tale from Chaucer, Joh Dryden, May Estelle Cook, Lake English Classics, English Literature, Criticism, Poetry, Verse, Chaucer, Knights, Knighthood, Fiction, Literature, Bibliography, Greek Literature, Mythology, Classics, Robert's Rules of Order, Ephemera, bookmark,