Publisher, The Warburg Institute, London 1939
Paperback, sewn sections, no dust-jacket, pp. 135 + 32 b/w illus.
Condition, Used – Good, Bound in soft-grey boards with black lettering to front cover, spine a little crushed otherwise a sound copy. Text-block free of foxing and highlights.
These three lectures on Myth and Allegory were originally delivered at the Warburg Institute in the summer of 1935. The text here published is somewhat expanded; references in footnotes have been provided; and a separate introduction is intended to deal more fully with aspects of the problem which could only be hinted at in the spoken version.