Oxford University Press (1953)
Printing: Geoffrey Cumberlege
Dark Blue Hardback with gold title/author on spine (identical to O1)
Jacket: Blue title over blue author with blue brocade frame on tan cover
378 pages

Printing History: [continued from O2a1]

6. 1953
7. 1959
8. 1967

A Study in Medieval Tradition

O2a2

(AL)

AL2-O2a1-5-51-Cover

O2a1

O2d

A Galaxy Book of Oxford University Press (1958)[1]
Printing: New York
Paperback by Harry Matetsky: Black author on white field over white title on orange field
378 pages


Printing History:

1. 1958 for $2.25
6.  1963 for $2.25
7.  1964

1968 for $2.25 (17s.)
1972
1975
At least 20 printings

[1] Hooper’s Companion lists this edition released on 18 February 1960 [802], but see Wade 9298.

Setting 2

O2b

AL2-O2d-x-x-Cover

AL2-O2a1-5-51-Cover

O1

AL2-O2a2-6-53-Jacket Front

The Allegory of Love

O2c

AL2-O2c-7-92-Cover

Oxford University Press  (10 November 1977)
Printing: The Guernsey Press Co. Ltd.
Paperback. White Author & tan title on brown field, features b/w illumination from Roman de la Rose.
ISBN: 0-19-281220-3
378 pages

Printing History: 
1977
1979
1985
1986
1990
1992 for £7.99


Setting 2 is identical to Setting 1 except for corrections. 

Oxford University Press  (1988)
Paperback. Red author & title on yellow field, featuring color illumination from Roman de la Rose
ISBN: 978-0192812209
378 pages

Printing History: 
[Unknown]


AL-O1-1-36-Cover

The Allegory of Love is an influential exploration of the allegorical treatment of love in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, which was released on May 21, 1936. Two settings of the work currently exist, identical except for corrections. 

AL2-O2b-06-63-Cover.

Oxford University Press (1938)
Printing: Geoffrey Cumberlege
Dark Blue Hardback with gold title/author on spine (identical to O1)
Jacket: Blue title over blue author with blue diamond matrix in center on tan cover
378 pages

Printing History:

1. 1938 for 15s.
2. 1943
3. 1946
4. 1948
5. 1951 

Oxford University Press (21 May 1936)
Printing: Humphrey Milford of the Clarendon Press
Navy blue hardback with gold title/author on spine 

Jacket: Unknown 


Printing History:

[Unknown]

Setting 1

AL2-O2a1-5-51-Jacket Front