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Esopo: Fábulas Completas
(Edimat Libros, 2009)
"Here are 183 numbered fables on 160 pages without illustrations but with an introduction. There is a T of C at the end. Amazon in Spain says this about the book: "Featuring timeless tales, this collection contains the ...
Aesop I gConamara
(Arlen HouseDáileoirí i Meiriceá thuaidh Syracuse University Press, 2009)
The bookdealer writes this: One day a man called Domhnall Ó Cearbhaill had a brilliant idea, he would make an Irish version of Aesop's fables available. The storyteller Pádraig Mac Con Iomaire did the work for him and ...
Hoi Mythoi tou Aisopou Metaglasmenoi Poietika kata te Sokratike Methodologia
(Privately published?[S. Melissinos?], 2003)
As the T of C on 123-26 shows, this is a work presenting one-hundred-and-fifty Aesopic fables on 11-85. The standard form of the fables puts together eight lines of verse for narrative and four verses for morals. I tried ...
Mythoi tou Aisopou #5
(AnkyraEkdoseis Agkura, 2005)
Here is a simple large-format pamphlet of eight pages presenting three fables. The first is unusual. It pits mice against cats; sometimes the enemy in this fable is weasels. The key to the fable is usually the cumbersomeness ...