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Aesop's Fables in a New Translation for Modern Readers.
(Peter Pauper Press, 1941)
Very nice copies of Bewick's work in a book in very good condition. AI at the back; no list of illustrations. The illustrations on the cover curiously include two (WL, FS) not used in the book, and at least one used in ...
Little Folk's Fables from Aesop
(McLoughlin Brothers, 1940)
Here is an even cleaner copy of a slightly different version of a book already in the collection. The back cover there pictured various fairy tale characters with some information at its center. Here the background is ...
Aesop's Animal Fables
(Broadland Inc.,, 1945)
I think the combination of a book and a game is a first in this collection. The game, with a punch-out spinning arrow and markers, actually has nothing to do with Aesop or fables. The most amazing thing about this simple ...
(Editorial Tor, 1948)
Cover: "Fabulas Ilustradas Esopo." Tor seems to specialize in creating covers swimming with specific narrative images from the stories inside. So it is here. The endpapers are, however, generic: a shipload of animals ...
Fables of Aesop
(The Scribe: Archway Press, 1946)
Eighteen nicely told, hand-printed fables, with one or two small illustrations in two colors for each fable. There is a nice story running along with the text, as illustrations follow two men conversing from the title ...
(The Hyperion Press, 1944)
A fine book. I am surprised that I have never seen it before. Seventy-eight fables, enhanced by twenty-four full-color and many black-and-white illustrations, somewhat after the fashion of Fritz Kredel. The best of the ...