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Tragical tales, and other poems: by George Turberville. Reprinted from the edition of M.D.LXXXVII.

Main Author: Turberville, George, 1540?-1610?
Related Names: Bandello, Matteo 1485-1561., Boccaccio, Giovanni 1313-1375., Maidment, James 1793-1879.
Language(s): English
Published: Edinburgh : Printed for Priv. Circulation [by Edinburgh Printing Company], 1837.
Note: Original title: Tragical Tales, translated by Tvrbervile, In time of his troubles, out of sundrie Italians, with the Argument and Lenuoye to eche Tale ... Imprinted at London by Abell Ieffs, dwelling in the Forestreete without Crepelgate at the signe of the Bel. Anno Dom. 1587.
The tales are taken mainly from Boccaccio and Bandello.
Edited by James Maidment.
"Limited to fifty copies."
Physical Description: x, 406 p. 1 illus. 28 x 22 cm.
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