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(The Inkwell Library, 1969)
A one-man book. Seventeen fables in verse, with a predilection for off-rhymes and even some off-rhythms. An occasional moral shows wit (e.g., GGE on 60). Different: a farmer gets into FG, and the frog and the rat quarrel ...
Aesop's Fables--lessons in living
This book is singular for giving not only a moral but an application in each instance. I would gather that it is also an example of eclecticism in the cranking out of Gift Books. Here we have two translators, two ...
The Lion and the Mouse and Other Fables
(Paul Hamlyn, 1969)
This is a large-format (7¾ x 10) book. In the title-story the mouse brings a veritable army of little friends to gnaw through the lion's net. Other stories here include The Vain Jackdaw, OF, AD, TMCM, and The Honest ...
All Creatures Great and Small: Bedside Book
(Century 21 Merchandising Limited; World Distributors, 1969)
Here are six fables on 45 large-format pages. Authorised edition based on the popular Television Series. The six fables are GA, LM, DLS, DS, TH, and TMCM. The characters have names, like Annie Ant and Griselda Grasshopper. ...
(Magyar Helikon, 1969)
A few minutes ago, I catalogued a book found in Hungary and published in 1987 with Sarkady Janos' translations from Hausrath's Aesop. I noticed mention of a 1969 copyright of Janos' translations. Now I open this book and ...