1 edition of Sire Degrevaunt. found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Halliwell, J. O., Ellis, Frederick Startridge, 1830-1901.|
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Sire Degrevaunt is a medieval romance composed circa It survives in two manuscript versions; MS 91 at the Lincoln Cathedral Library (a collection of texts assembled by Robert Thornton) and Ff.i.6 at Cambridge University Library (an anthology compiled by.
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The plot of Sire Degrevaunt alternates between episodes of love and battle, in which the protagonist, King Arthur’s nephew and favoured knight, Sir Degrevant, not only fights to protect and reclaim his territory from his neighbour, an earl wrongfully hunting on his land, but also for the affections of the earl’s daughter, Melidor.
Read More: Sire Degrevaunt. William Morris, printer. Leave a Reply. Click here to cancel reply. Sir Degrevant is a Middle English romance from the early fifteenth century. Generally classified as a "composite romance," that is, a romance that does not fit easily into the standard classification of romances, it is praised for its realism and : Romance.
University of Adelaide Barr Smith Library Rare Books & Special Collections Call number: Strong Room DK Title: Sire Degrevaunt.
Published: Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, [i.e. Note: First book printed at Kelmscott Press in two colours and the first in which the small printer's mark appeared. Peterson A3 Blunt, Wilfred Scawen Sire Degrevaunt. Edited by F S Ellis after the edition printed by J O Halliwell. With a woodcut designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones.
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William Morris never signed his decorative borders or initial letters. Edward Burne-Jones's monogram does not appear on, for example, the wood-engravings in the most famous Kelmscott Press book, The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, for which he made the drawings, nor those for minor works of the press, such as Sire Degrevaunt ().
His name does. William Morris and the Kelmscott Press Kelmscott Press Books Search this Guide Search. William Morris and the Kelmscott Press The University of Maryland Libraries hold 34 Kelmscott Press books, indicated by call number.
Sire Degrevaunt by F. Ellis, ed. Hardcover. Burne-Jones, Edward (illustrator). 41 pages. 21 x cm. Frontispiece, a woodcut designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones. Uniform with Sire Degravaunt, from the same source: an ancient metrical romance, reprinted from the Thornton MS, in the library of Lincoln Cathedral is.
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Five Hundred Years of Women's Work will be on exhibit February 28 – J at Duke University Libraries. A later printers mark, used on large folio format books: A spread from 'Poems Chosen out of the Works of Robert Herrick: A spread from 'Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair', Kelmscott Press, A very rare book in the archives collection; this copy of Sire Degrevaunt has an elaborate embroidered cover.
This is the only reissue of a book by Kelmscott Press. This edition (original ) added 23 lavish illustrations by Walter Crane, increased the book size and used black and red Troy type. The book has woodcut initials, a double spread title page, strapwork vignettes and designs throughout by.
book was one of Morris’s most popular works, both with readers and his critical peers (Ruskin, Swinburne, Henry James, etc.). Morris revised the text several times and published three editions.
This work made Morris one of the most popular Victorian poets. Sire Degrevaunt. Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, ARB PR D45 KELMSCOTT PRESS) MORRIS, William.
Published by Hammersmith, London: The Kelmscott Press, () which also included "Syr Ysambrace" and "Sire Degrevaunt." According to Cockerell, "they were all reprinted from the Camden Society's volume ofwhich was a favorite with Morris from his Oxford days." Books from Hodson's library.
Latin text and English paraphrase. "Rhymed version of the Penitential Psalms found in a manuscript of Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis, written at Gloucester about the yearnow transcribed and edited by F.S.
Ellis"--Colophon. Limited ed. of copies printed on paper, 12 on vellum. Peterson. Peterson, W.S. Kelmscott Press, A30 Library of Congress. It's no surprise, then, to learn th at Sire Degrevaunt is an Arthurian romance, composed circa The plot alternates between battle and romance.
The book's protagonist, Sir Degrevaunt, is King's Arthur's nephew and favorite knight.5/5(2). This 14th century verse romance telling of the childhood of one of Arthur's knights is the first book in the series of Kelmscott Medieval romances, which also included "Syr Ysambrace" and "Sire Degrevaunt." According to Cockerell, "they were all reprinted from the Camden Society's volume ofwhich was a favorite with Morris from his Oxford.
At the auction, there is a nice copy of The Romance of Sir Degrevant (Sire Degrevaunt), illustrated by Edward Burne-Jones in One-of-a-kind Paper in Many Different Colours – The Paper Artist "Master Jacob" Beauty and books have always been closely linked, and many bookbinders have over time given both blood, sweat and tears to their work.
InMorris printed two other Arthurian romances from the same compilation, Sire Degrevaunt and Syr Ysambrace, both illustrated by of these books was printed in an edition of copies on handmade paper, with eight additional copies printed on vellum.