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After the death of Wendelin Foerster, Harvard University acquired the papers and notes for his frequently announced edition of the Gliglois. These are of capital importance because a mediaeval manuscript of the romance no longer exists, the unique one having been destroyed in the fire at the National Library of Turin in 1904. Charles Livingston has here edited the text and has supplied a full Introduction, Notes, and Glossary.