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KUDRUN
München (Munich), Germany: Hyperion-Verlag/Hans von Weber, 1911. publisher's full vellum with calligraphic titling in black ink. folio. publisher's full vellum with calligraphic titling in black ink. cccxliv, (ii) pages. Text in German. Limited to 1507 numbered copies. This is one of 100 copies printed on white woven Dutch paper and bound thus. The Modern Language Review 6:4 (October 1911), 567. Kudrun, also known as the Gudrunlied, is a Middle High German epic, probably written in the early 13th century, perhaps influenced by the Nibelungenlied. It is based on the sea and is known for the prominent role given to women. It focuses on the trials and triumphs of Princess Kudrun. See also Georgetown University Library Associates 24 (Februray 1989), 3, which notes that this work is printed on handmade paper. Covers lightly soiled. Front free endpapers chipped at edges and lightly soiled.
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