Cleaveland, Elizabeth Whittlesey. A Study of Tindal's Genesis: Compared with the Genesis of Coverdale and the Authorized Version. Archon Books, 1972. ISBN: 9780208011268. 
Former library book. Blue cloth with dust jacket, 6 x 9 inches, xliii., 258 clean pp., binding fine. Has the standard library additions. Dust jacket with a little edgewear, white label to spine panel, now in a new clear wrapper. Very good in good dust-jacket. Hardcover.
First printed in 1911 by Yale University Press.
"The purpose of this book is to show, in some measure, the debt of the English language to the translation of the Bible by one who sought to make it 'a book for the plough-boy,' for simple folk whose lives might be made purer through its precepts. 'Our Bible should be popular' - a book for the people, endowed with simplicity and power. Tindale avowedly began and carried on his work so that ordinary persons might find the language of his translation familiar from their first reading." - publisher.