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Our Childhood's Favorite Library in Words of One Syllable
(The Cassell Publishing Co., 1895)
This stout book has four major sections, devoted to Robinson Crusoe, Swiss Family Robinson, Gulliver's Travels, and Aesop's Fables. Each segment takes between 87 and 96 pages, and each of the four is numbered separately. ...
Stories from Aulus Gellius
(American Book Company, 1895)
I am aware of one Aesopic fable in this fragile, broken booklet, whose cover and first few pages are loose. Aulus tells the story-- Mother Lark and Her Young (34-7)--extremely well. Who knows how long I may have had ...
Antologia di Prosa e Poesia Latina
(Ermanno Loescher, 1895)
This anthology takes two sets of fables from the Müller Teubner edition of 1881. There are fifteen fables in the first book (40-45) and thirty in the second book (93-113), including several at the end from Horace, Ennio ...