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(Cassell & Company Limited,, 1893)
As yet undiscovered editions of Griset's work continue to appear. In this case I am particularly grateful. This is a very nice book in very good condition! Its 422 pages, including an AI at the end, are very compact. ...
Aesop's Fables: A New Revised Version From Original Sources.
(Hurst & Company, 1910)
This book is internally exactly the same as books of the same title that I have listed in the same year. That it has exactly the same plates is clear, e.g., from the broken typeface at the top of 5. It repeats the blooper ...
(McLoughlin Brothers, 1900)
This book is almost identical with the McLoughlin Brothers edition I have listed already under the same year with a question mark. In comparison, this book has a different, cream-colored cover. It has the same end papers ...
The Book of Fables: Containing Aesop's Fables.
(American Book Exchange, 1880)
The plates are identical with those in the Arlington Edition by Hurst which I have listed under 1899?, but the pages are thinner and the reproduction of Griset's work is excellent. The Finis page here occurs by mistake ...
Der Neue Aesop: Eine klassiche Fabelsammlung von Lessing, Gellert, Pfeffel und Anderen
(Verlag von J. Jolowicz, 1910)
Here is a very frail old book, whose spine is deteriorating and pages are brittle. A T of C follows the title-page immediately, showing fables on some 287 pages. The one author I have noticed named but not mentioned on ...
(Cassell & Company Ltd.,, 1893)
The illustrations are good, though not quite as good as in the Swedish edition I found earlier this summer. There is a list of illustrations on xi, and an AI at the back. A note at the end of the preface mentions that ...