241 pp, 9 1/2" H. Black cloth with paper label bearing author's name on spine, gilt title and eye design on front board, top edge gilt. Peach and pink endpapers reproducing a pattern of stones and repeating the eye design from the front board. Number 482 in a limited edition of 875 copies. Following Starrett's Introduction is a b&w plate by Wallace Smith with spider web-patterned overlay. A book plate designed by Miguel Covarrubias for Donald S. Freidl (?) is affixed to the front pastedown. Contents: The Shining Pyramid; Out of the Earth; The Spagyric Quest of Beroaldus Cosmopolita; The Priest and the Barber; The Splendid Holiday; The Lost Club; A Wonderful Woman; In Convertendo; The Hidden Mystery; The Martyr; The Art of Dickens; Unconscious Magic; Happiness and Horror; Ars Artium; Realism and Symbol; Paganism; Education and the Uneducated; New Lamps for Old; Mandatum Novissimum; "Sad Happy Race"; The Capital Levy; Drake's Drum. Some loss of cloth at top of spine along with some fraying and tiny tears, tiny tears and wrinkling at bottom of spine, corners of boards are lightly bumped - transfers to some adjacent pages, many pages are unopened, light browning to fore-edge and bottom of text block, light edge wear, small faint liquid mark on front board, some small air bubbles under cloth at bottom edge of both boards, 2" x 1/4" browned paper tag on fore-edge of page leaf 107/108 with corresponding piece missing at fore-edge of page leaf 101/102 - caused when opening pages, a few varying size light scuff marks on rear board.
FOLK-TALES OF THE BRITISH ISLES. Crossley-Holland, Kevin, chosen and introduction by. (Thomas Crofton Croker, Edward Clodd, Sir John Rhys, George Waldron, Helen Waddell, Sir Walter Scott, Joseph Jacobs, Alan Garner, Thomas Keightley, Hugh Miller, Ernest M. Marwick, P.H. Emerson, et al.)
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