In this excerpt from Aelfric’s Colloquy, a plowman describes the many hardships of his life. The Latin text is arranged as though it were a field being plowed and ends in an image of the plowman at work with his ox, plow, and plowboy. Afterword and translation by Andrew Miller-Brown. Accordion fold bound into a pastepaper cover, slipcased. Printed letterpress on Barcham Green Sandwhich.
ISBN 978-0-9821242-1-5 3.5 by 5.25 inches. 12 pages. Fall 2005. Limited to 100 initialed copies. $75