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(Biblioteca Universale Rizzoli, 1990)
Here is a straightforward paperback text of 358 fables, preceded by two introductions and three pages of critical testimony to Aesop, and followed by indices first of fable characters and then of historical personages. ...
(Bloomsbury Books, 1994)
Here are 143 fables, each starting on a new page, in a simple paperback claimed by no author. A quick test of the texts does not reveal a standard source. A long T of C at the beginning lists each fable. There are no ...
The Donkey and the Lapdog
(The Wright Group, 1986)
Number 11 in the series. I am doing what I can to find the full set of these eighteen pamphlets. Biro's work is always lively, and this is a fine sixteen-page presentation. Biro is particularly good at giving this donkey ...
Le Lion et le Rat
(ODÈGEOdege; Le Livre de Paris, 1973)
Here is a twelve-page large-format pamphlet portraying part of Mes Fables d'Animaux from Touret, for which edition I have guessed a date of 1975. This pamphlet measures 9 x 11¾. It is one of three in the Contes de ma ...
(George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 1921)
Most similar in items like cover and title page to my Coker edition (1930) of Fry's work. This edition at last gives me a date with which to anchor the first edition of this book. Unfortunately three of the eight colored ...
Three Aesop Fox Fables
(Clarion Books: Houghton Mifflin, 1971)
It is strange that I have gone all these years and never even known that there was a paperback of this lively little book. Galdone's work remains enjoyable.