Aarhus University Press, Aarhus, 1993, first edition, hardback, no d/w, 8vo, pp ix + 330, frontispiece portrait of Grundtvig and endpaper maps.
This work contains some of the results of the growing collaboration between scholars in Denmark, Britain and beyond, in the study of a man whose life and work are still very little known outside his own country, but which within that country continue after more than a century to have a remarkable influence on many aspects of life.;The book centres on the theme of the relations between Grundtvig, England and the English-speaking world. It begins with a brief presentation of the visits Grundtvig made to England in the summer of 1829, 1830, 1831 and 1843. It then looks at his lifelong interest in the literature and history of Anglo-Saxon England, the primary cause of his journeys.
Very good condition. Pink plasticised paper boards with red and black lettering and design and b&w illustration to rear board. Boards and pages are unmarked and undamaged and binding is tight. Appears unused.