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(J.B. Lippincott Company, 1949)
There is a copy of this book in better condition already in the collection. I add this book to the collection because of its two differences. First, it uses a different kind of paper, whiter and of a different texture. ...
Fourteen Fables of Aesop
(University of Cincinnati, 1957)
The title continues "From the very earliest versions of Caxton and the translations of Thomas James." This book was designed and printed by Dick Binzer in fulfillment of the requirements set forth by the College of Applied ...
(The Franklin Library, 1984)
A curious, pretty, expensively-bound book with leather and gilt and a sewn-in place-mark. I will be interested to compare it to the edition that Franklin did two years earlier with the same authors (and the same translations?) ...
(The Franklin Library, 1982)
A pretty but, I would say, misguided book. The thirty or so engravings from Grandville are very well presented. The putting together of Grandville, who illustrated LaFontaine, with two translators of Aesop has its problems. ...