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The Sun and the Wind: An Aesop Fable
(Faith and Life Press, 1983)
Here the wind and the sun start by laying out their philosophies. The wind insists that nothing is stronger than force and that he can make people do anything he wants if he blows hard enough. The sun smiles and speaks ...
(Fleming H. Revell Company, 1966)
Here are forty-three fables in a small-format book with a great silhouette of a wolf on its dust-jacket, cover, and title-page. There are no other illustrations. In FG, the fox claims I am sure they are sour, and perhaps ...
Aesopi Fabulae, Pars Altera
(Societé d' Édition Les Belles Lettres., 1926)
With the first volume, this standard-setting work is the lovely Budé text of 359 Greek fables. Many of them include one or more variants. This second volume contains the Greek texts for fables 145-359. At the back one ...
Once in a Wood: Ten Tales from Aesop
(A Mulberry Paperback Book: Greenwillow BooksMulberry Books, 1993)
Here is the paperback version of a hardbound book published in 1979, which I had found in 1985. Only the binding seems to have changed. See my comments there.
Aesop's Fables (Chinese)
(Shan bian chu ban sheSunbeam Publications, 1989)
There are several curious features about this lovely paperback gift that Andreas brought back from Hong Kong. The first, of course, is that there are about ten words of English in the whole book! The second is that there ...
(Dan Celani, 1990)
Here is a sixteen-page pamphlet about 5 x 7 offering sixteen fables in a nicely printed little version. The texts are taken from 19th century publications. SW (6) is told in the poorer version. An inserted note tells ...
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 ...
The Fables of Aesop
(Books Inc.,, 1930)
Here is a book interiorly very close to another Art-Type version for which I have also guessed a date of 1930. This copy has a green cloth cover instead of the brown-and-blue faux grain of the first copy. It has no ...
(J.B. Lippincott Company, 1949)
There is a copy of this book in better condition already in the collection. I add this book to the collection because of its two differences. First, it uses a different kind of paper, whiter and of a different texture. ...
Les Fables d'Esope illustrées de gravures sur bois et ornées de titres et lettrines d'apres l'incunable de 1489: LE LIVRE des Subtilles hystoires et fables DE ESOPE
(Les Fermiers Généraux: Editions du CapÉditions du Cap, 1956)
This is a beautifully produced book which I look forward to working with as I learn more about Julien Macho's role in bringing Steinhöwel's edition to people like Caxton. The initials are in red, as are several of the ...