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Aesop's Fables: A New Translation
(Oxford University Press, 2002)
What a fine book! It delivers, I believe, what Robert and Olivia Temple promised. I think its chief accomplishment is that it presents the ancient Greek and Latin collections fully. In addition, there are links to the ...
(Troll Associates, 2002)
Here is another candidate for the ultimate in cheap Aesop editions. I bought ten of these for $8.99 on eBay. The edition admits of no author or editor. It starts on 1 with DM and ends on 206 with The Boy and the Nettle. ...
Kohút a líska: The Cock and the Fox: Ezopské bájky
(Mladé letá, 2002)
This attractive 120-page book with shiny bright covers presents twenty-three bilingual Aesopic fables. FS is the first offering and gives a good example of the style. The fables are significantly expanded here. Thus the ...
Famous Aesop Fables: The Farmer and His Sons & other stories
(Jiwa Seni Sdn. Bhd., 2002)
One in a set of seven 7½ x 10¼ pamphlets, each including seven fables. For each fable, there is a full page of text on the left and a full-page colored illustration on the right. This booklet may be best remembered for ...
Favourite Aesop's Fables
Is this a large-format work combining three smaller works from Parragon? The three stories presented here are TMCM, TH, and GA. Parragon did versions of all three in 2001 in Bright Sparks editions. The cartoon-work is ...
Aesop's Fables: The Fox and the Crow; the Monkey and the Dolphin
(Longman: Pearson Education Limited, 2002)
This is a large format (over 11½ x 8) pamphlet of 16 pages. The illustrations are large, loud, and splashy. The fox asks the crow if he is king of the birds. There are simple questions to answer on the last page and ...