Published by the Folio Society, London in 2004.
The book is in excellent, like new condition with gilt-decorated pictorial cloth covers. The book is in its original slipcase, which has some very minimal shelfwear. Illustrated map endpapers.
Introduction by Lawrence Norfolk. Colour plates by Grahame Baker, as well as a two-page genealogical table. Maps redrawn from the original edition by Reginald Piggott.
The book was first published by Cassell And Company Ltd. in October 1944. Graves wrote it between November 1943 and July 1944. This narrative represents something of a pinnacle to Graves' writing, coming about thirty years after the World War I experiences that had so thoroughly influenced his work. The Golden Fleece is the result both of his life-long immersion in Greek mythology and his own traumatic war experience.
The Golden Fleece by Robert Graves
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