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Fables: Aesop and Others
(London: J.M. Dent/NY: E.P. Dutton, 1913)
A packed little volume, with eighteen chapters divided by author. No illustrations. Good modern versions of people like Caxton. This book has been very helpful in preparation of the course on fables this past semester. ...
Feed Me! An Aesop Fable
(Bantam BooksBantam Doubleday Dell, 1992)
See The Boy Who Cried Wolf (1995) and The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse (1994) in the same series. This booklet presents The Mother Lark, Her Children, and the Farmer in lively fashion. Though the story runs longer ...
Aesop (Selected Tales from Europe) [Japanese]
Here is a shiny, thick-paged children's book with bright pictures, including a photograph of an ark full of animals and objects on its Japanese front-cover and Aesop on its end-papers. There are colorful, lively (generally ...
The title of this booklet with stiff boards for pages means Aesop's Nursery Tales. The fun starts with a lively Japanese cover featuring the fox weighing two steaks. A number of beloved fables show up here: BC, BF, The ...
Kodansha No E Hon: Isoppu E Banashi
The Japanese title means Picture Book: Picture Tales. Dialogue. The Japanese cover shows a brightly-colored eagle dropping a turtle in mid-air. The fables feature bright illustrations. Among them I find FS, The Wolf ...
Isoppu Ebanashi (2)
This thick-paged children's book shows its age. The spine is weak and cramped. Various artists present generally a two-page spread of simple art for each fable. The stories include BF, The Net That Lets Little Fish ...
Fábulas Completas de Esopo.
(Editores Mexicanos UnidesEditores Mexicanos Unidos, 1982)
The only Mexican edition I have. It came to me from a South American book dealer working at the Salamanca flea market (the book is marked for distribution in Venezuela). T of C at the end. Primitive but engaging dot ...
This fifth edition is identical with the fourth except for changes in the price and in the color and setup of the front and back covers.
Aesop's Fables (with 16 colour plates)
(Ward Lock & Co.,, 1924)
Once again I thought I was buying an extra of a book I already had. This edition has fewer illustrations, in fact one-third of the number in the other edition from Ward and Lock. It is in excellent condition. The texts ...
Aesop's Fables (brown)
(Heritage Press, 1941)
The interior of this book seems identical with that of the boxed yellow version from the same publisher in the same year, except that the T of C gives 126 for 124 and is off by two pages for the rest of its listings. This ...