Fables from Aesop
. Orient Longmans . Bombay
PE1117.O73 1969 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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This pamphlet of 35 pages was first printed in 1951 and was reprinted many times before this latest printing in 1969. Ten fables are listed on a beginning T of C. Each fable gets at least a full-page black-and-white illustration. It is a bit surprising that the series starts with "The Cat and the Mice," in which the cat binds her two feet together and hangs herself on a peg. She thinks that the mice will think that she is a dead cat or a bag. "We have seen many a bag but never one with a cat's head." There are questions after each fable.