Corners bumped, minor shelf wear, owner's name on ffep, slight darkening. Jacket shows chipping and several tears, some darkening esp. along spine, 1" chips gone from top and bottom of spine.
"Now, for the first time, the story of Tristan and Isolde has been recreated in novel form. . . . When Tristan sailed into Ireland, he was near death from the wound which had won him knighthood. His sword, too, bore a wound, for a piece of it still remained in the head of a great champion who lay dead at Tristan's hands. . . .In Ireland his destiny awaited him. There he first saw Isolde the Fair, who would be queen of queens to hi. For her he would challenge the fierce Saracen knight, for her no risk would ever prove too great."; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall