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Parsifal, or, The legend of the Holy Grail

Author: T W Rolleston; Willy Pogány; Thomas Y. Crowell Company.; Vincent Brooks, Day & Sons.; Henry Stone & Son.
Publisher: New York : Crowell, [1912]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The knight Parsifal embarks on a quest for the Holy Grail.
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Genre/Form: Arthurian romances
Poetry
Romances Adaptations
Named Person: Perceval, (Legendary character); Perceval, (Legendary character)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: T W Rolleston; Willy Pogány; Thomas Y. Crowell Company.; Vincent Brooks, Day & Sons.; Henry Stone & Son.
OCLC Number: 823869351
Notes: Plates printed on both sides; illustrated lining-papers; some illustrations are mounted.
Colophon: The letterpress and fine illustrations lithographed by Vincent Brooks, Day and sons, ltd., London, the four-color plated printed by Henry Stone and son, ltd., Banbury. A.D. MCMXII.
"[Pogany, Willy]. Tannhauser; Parsifal; Lohengrin. London; NY; London, G.G. Harrap; T.Y. Crowell; G.G. Harrap, (1911-1913). Three quarto volumes. (128); (155); (188)pp. First edition. Lohengrin is inscribed by Pogany, dated 1929. Each volume is lavishly illustrated throughout with large black & white drawings, as well as with softly-colored full-page lithographs and tipped-in lithographic plates: Tannhauser has sixteen plates, Parsifal has sixteen, and Lohengrin has eight plates. Many ornate borders, background designs, and historiated initials, in color and black & white, illuminate the calligraphic text, which is printed on a heavy gray paper. The three volumes were adapted from operas by Wagner based on German medieval legends, and the text was translated into a poetic narrative by T.W. Rolleston, the Irish writer and poet. A prolific, Hungarian-born illustrator, Willy Pogany illustrated many books for the English market and eventually settled in the United States. The ornate bindings, which were also designed by Pogany, are pictorially gilt-decorated gray, red, and brown cloth respectively"--Bromer Booksellers.
Description: [192] pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Other Titles: Legend of the Holy Grail
Responsibility: retold from ancient sources with acknowledgement to the "Parsifal" of Richard Wagner ; by T.W. Rolleston ; presented by Willy Pogàny.

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