. Rizzoli . NY
PZ8.2.A254 Jac 1991 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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Lively tempera paintings with fourteen fables, first done by Hejduk in 1947. Beautiful color, imaginative designs, and confusing figures. The best illustration may be for FC. Some part of the large design is cleverly repeated with the moral. Different from Jacobs and almost all others: the fox finally finds the lion boring! The cover is imprinted. Editorial care is unfortunately lacking: the bibliographical information speaks of a 1934 edition and fifteen fables; the last page claims that Babicus wrote down Aesop.