Immerwahr, Henry R. Form and Thought in Herodotus (American Philological Association Monographs, No. 23). Cleveland, OH: The American Philological Association, 1966. First Edition. 
Green cloth hardcover, generally clean text with pencil underlining in one section, tight, no dj. Ex lib with white ink call numbers on the spine, a few ink stamps and markings within, date due slip removed, no card holder or remains of card holder present. 6 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches, xv., 374 pp. No dust jacket. Good. Hardcover.
"This study is intended to serve two purposes. Insofar as it presents a survey of the text of Herodotus, it is hoped that it may be useful as a companion and guide to the work. For this purpose, Chapter I furnishes a general survey of the Histories, and Chapters III and VI provide a more detailed analysis...Beyond this, however, the book is an argument for the unite of style, organization, and indeed the historical vision found in the Histories of Herodotus." - Preface.