Catalog Record: La chançun de Willame | Hathi Trust Digital Library


La chançun de Willame.

Related Names: Dunn, George.
Language(s): French, Old (ca. 842-1300)
Published: [London : Chiswick press, priv. print, 1903]
Subjects: Guillaume (Chansons de Geste)
Note: Note at end: The unknown "Chanson de geste" here transcribed belongs to the cycle of William of Orange. There has been no attempt to edit the text, or even to correct not a few obvious minor errors. The two reproductions are of the same size as the original manuscript ...
Signatures: a-s[superscript]4, t[superscript]1.
200 copies printed for Mr. George Dunn, owner of the unique manuscript from which the text is transcribed (now Brit. mus. Add. ms. 38663).
"The unknown 'Chanson de Geste' here transcribed belongs to the cycle of William of Orange ... Two hundred copies are printed."
Old French text.
Physical Description: [146] p. : 2 facsim. pl. (1 double) ; 21 cm.
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