New York: Columbia University Press, 1939. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very good. 8vo. Blue green cloth, black spine title. (14), 222pp. Index, bibliography. Light wear to the corners, a couple of corners neatly mended, else a very good copy. Scholarly investigation of the Celtic influences on some of the Arthurian tales. Rather scarce in the first edition. Bran, Bron, Bran de Lis, Brandus, and other manifestations of this mysterious figure of Celtic lore who is associated sometimes with the Fisher King, or the Grail, or even, in The Dark is Rising, as the son of Arthur and Guinevere.
(Inventory #: 19874)
Early Britain, King Arthur, Western Americana, Literature. Children's Books, History, Illustrated Books, California, Americana, General Antiquarian, Early Printed Books, Appraisals
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