Publisher: Oxford University Press, American Branch, New York, 1924. Hardback, 342 pages. Ex lib with library paste down on front endpaper and a few other small library stamps here and there. No dustjacket. Sub-titled 'A study of the sources and analogues of the non-cyclic metrical romances'. Author, Laura A. Hibbard Ph.D. was associate Professor of EnglishLterature in Wellesley College. Cover, in blue cloth boards with gilt titling to spine and design to front, is in fair condition for its age with some bumping and shelfwear/fraying to corners and spine extremities and some light marks to rear and along rear edge of spine. Book internally is in good condition commensurate with age, with reasonably firm binding, some light tanning throughout and more pronounced tanning to endpapers. No significant markings apart from the occasional small library stamps mentioned above. Two inch tear on title page along spine but still securely attached. Overall, a decent copy commensurate with its age. Many of the mediaeval romances are covered including Sir Isumbras, Guy of Warwick, Florence of Rome.