Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983. A handful of black and white illustrations. 484 pages. thick 8vo, black cloth, dust wrapper (foot of spine of wrapper crushed). Berkeley: University of California Press, (1983). Pages a bit toned, all else fine in a very good(-) dust wrapper.
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London: Methuen, 1949. Illustrated with maps and charts including 2 folding maps in color. 591 pages, very thick 8vo, red cloth. London: Methuen, 1949. A very good(+) copy.
Tokyo: Takahashi, 1989. Text in Japanese and English. Foreword by Donald Keene and translated by Susan Tyler. Illustrated in color, some fold out plates. 221 pages, 4to, pale blue cloth with gilt stamped text, housed in slipcase. A fine copy in a very nice slipcase. The tale of Genji is sometimes called the world's first novel.
London: John Murray, 1959. Translated by Shio Sakanashi. 70pp. 12mo, red cloth, d.w., front cloth cover slightly warped, several pages folded in upper right corner margins. London: John Murray, (1959).
Paris: Henri Laurens, 1935. Translated from the Catalan by J. Viellard. Profusely illustrated with 701 in-text photographs and 5 folding maps. 516pp of text in French. Thick square 4to, rebound in plain black cloth with red spine label; original printed wrappers bound-in; uncut edges. Paris: Henri Laurens, 1935. A near fine and sturdy copy of this very uncommon book of European church architecture of the 11th century. Ownership signatures of art historian Meyer Schapiro.