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The Fables of Aesop (Hebrew)
(Maḥbarot le-sifrutMehaverot Lesifrut, 1996)
This large-format (8¼ x 11) book not only reproduces Jacobs' edition, with its eighty-two numbered fables. It expands the size of each of Heighway's illustrations, and so makes an excellent source for photographing them. ...
The Fables of Aesop and La Fontaine (Hebrew)
(Fratelli Fabbri EditoriMasadah, 1994)
Here an oversized (9¼ x 13) paperbound version of nineteen of La Fontaine's fables with the delightful art work of Cremonini very well rendered. As in earlier English version from 1958 (The Fables of Aesop and La Fontaine) ...
De fabels van Aisopos
(Uitgeverij SUN, 1997)
This is a beautiful little book! How nice of Gert-Jan to inscribe it For Greg, as a souvenir of our fabulous meetings and discussions on Aesop's genre and to send it. Now I only wish I could read it! There is one fable ...
Aesop's Fables [Korean]
I like this book, principally for its vivid color reproductions. Four stories: TMCM, GA (maybe the best art), The Bat and the Birds and the Animals (a Korean favorite), and LM (the poorest art). The back cover reverses 15.
This book reproduces almost exactly a book I have in English: Collected Tales from Aesop's Fables (1986), a Gallery book from W.H. Smith Publishers. This edition skips the foreword, but its T of C, which borrows the ...
Esopete ystoriado (Toulouse 1488)
(Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, Ltd., 1990)
This is a singularly economical comprehensive large-format presentation of the first of the three Spanish incunabula derived from Steinhöwel's Ulm edition of 1476-77. The scholarly apparatus is helpful and impressive. T ...
Aesop's Fables With a Life of Aesop
(The University Press of KentuckyUniversity of Kentucky Press, 1993)
An excellent book and a valuable resource. A good introduction leads up to placing Hurus' book in history. Good comments on the history and traditions. Rinuccio translated Planudes from Greek into Latin in about 1450. ...
Martin Luther: Etliche Fabeln aus Aesopo
(Wartburg Verlag, 1992)
This handly little volume of 53 pages contains the whole kernel from which Luther proposed to do a major publication of fables. In fact, there are thirteen fables numbered 1-10, 12-13, and 16. I had always feared that ...
The Bee and Jupiter
(Picasshaw Press, 1993)
A beautiful little treasure! A single sheet of fine paper is folded twice to create eight uncut pages, four of which are used for this fable. Besides black text there are gold images on the title page of a bee hive and ...
Aesop's Fables Poster Book
(Simon & Schuster, 1995)
Here are twelve posters, each measuring 14¼ x 22½. On each there is a brightly colored picture along with text on one side and a number of varied activities on the other side. Part of the activity side comprises reproducible ...