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Three Hundred Aesop's Fables Literally Translated from the Greek (And One Hundred Picture Fables with Rhymes)
(George Routledge & Sons Ltd.,, 1885)
This is a double book, though the original title-page makes no mention of the second volume that is bound with it. Compare with a Donohue, Henneberry edition by the same title (1885?) and a Caldwell edition of the same ...
Aesop's Fables, Chiefly from Original Sources
(The Knickerbocker Press: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1848)
This book is almost identical internally with an edition I have listed under 1848/1890? This edition does not have either the pliant spine of that book or its frontispiece engraving of Aesop narrating his fables. Instead ...
The Fables of Aesop, Selected, Told Anew and Their History Traced
(Albert Whitman & Co., 1920)
By my best count, this is the seventeenth version I have of Heighway and Jacobs' work. This is a simple and smaller book than many (4½ x 6¾). It acknowledges neither Jacobs nor Heighway, but it does have J.J. as the ...
Aesop's Fables Illustrated
(Samuel R. Wells, 1869)
About a week ago, I catalogued a surprising find, namely the first edition of 1867. At that time, I noted that I had worked my way back through editions of 1873, 1870, and 1868. Well, now, I seem to have completed the ...
The Hare and the Tortoise And Other Aesop's Fables
(Shooting Star Press, 1994)
This is a small book measuring just over 3 x 4 . It contains three fables. Both characters in TH are talkative. The animals are well costumed here and in each of the stories. FS is also well done. 56 deserves a special ...