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1 Oppenheimer, Paul, Introduction and Critical Appendix. A Pleasant Vintage of Till Eulenspiegel Born in the Country of Brunswick. How He Spent His Life, 95 of His Tales.
Wesleyan University Press, Conn. 1972 0819540439 / 9780819540430 First Edition In This Translation Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 
Translated from the edition of 1515. The book whose author is anonymous describes the escapades of Till Eulenspiegel, a professional buffoon and vagabond who, if he ever actually lived, was thought to have died in 1350. 293 pages, appendix, bibliography. Price clipped dust jacket. Light soiling to dust jacket and book edges. Dust jacket and book are in Fine condition. ; Standard Book Size 
Price: 39.00 USD
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