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The Aesopic Fables Written in Hurrian
(Collection Développons: TheBookEdition.com, 2013)
Carl Sandler Berkowitz tipped me off to the existence of this book shortly after it was published, and I deeply appreciate the tip. This scholarly paperback brings the sixty-second language to this collection. After an ...
Fables Chinoises du IIIe au VIIIe Siècle de Notre Ère
(Éditions You Feng Libraire & Éditeur, 2013)
The cover of this reprint is almost identical with the cover of a book I have by the same title and the same authors, but the books are, I learn to my surprise, totally different. Chavannes and Chavannes did a book for ...
Standard Deutsch 5/6: Leseheft, Fabeln
(Cornelson Schulverlag, 2013)
This is an impressive classroom text, inviting good reflective work with an array of Aesopic fables and other works derived from them. The accompanying highly stylized colored cartoons are engaging. Early fables like ...
La Fontaine Raconté aux Enfants
(Éditions Lito, 2013)
There are seven fables here, as the early illustrated T of C shows. They are the perfect choices for little children: FC, TH, GA, OF, WL, FS, and LM. La Fontaine's verse is transformed into easily understood prose. The ...
Les Animaux Malades de la Peste
(Éditions courtes et longues, 2013)
This book presents a strong and even provocative version of this great fable. The back cover speaks rightly of Morel's gravures explosives. The very size of the book helps with its overlarge and unusual format: 9? x 13. ...
Die schönsten Fabeln aus aller Welt
(Esslinger Verlag J.F. Schreiber, 2013)
This book is a treat for two reasons. First, it has fun with its fables. The art plays with the texts, and there is some art with every text. Secondly, the breadth of fables here is remarkable. So many resources well ...