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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Pierre Gringore; Jean Bruyant; Alexander Barclay; Alfred W Pollard; William Henry Walter Montagu-Douglas-Scott Buccleuch, 6th duke of; E Gordon Duff; Roxburghe Club.
|Notes:||An "extended paraphrase" of "Le chemin de povreté et de richesse," a poem written in 1342 by Jehan Bruyant. cf. Introd.
Dedicated and presented to the Roxburghe club by the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry.
A reproduction from the unique copy preserved at the University library, Cambridge, superintended by E. Gordon Duff, who first suggested the edition and collected material which served as a starting point of the present study.
Sixty copies printed.
|Description:||lxiv pages, 1 leaf, facsimile ( pages), illustrations, 1 leaf, 111 pages illustrations 28 cm|
|Responsibility:||translated from the French of Pierre Gringore by Alexander Barclay. Reprinted in facsimile from Wynkyn de Worde's edition of 1506, with the French text of 31 March 1501 and an introduction by Alfred W. Pollard.|