. Alka Publications . Mumbai
PZ8.2.A254Jais 2001 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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This mid-sized (7? x 9½) paperback contains 112 numbered fables on 134 pages. There is a T of C on 3-4. Each fable has a black-and-white drawing, some -- like the Bull and Gnat on 66 -- reminiscent of Rackham. The Fox and the Cat (24) finishes with this sentence from the cat: My only trick is indeed worthwhile than the many tricks of the poor fox! Can Indian English drop comparatives? Monkey and Cat (85) has a picture that imitates a traditional image for this fable. SW on 129 starts with the two as friends. Each fable has a circled moral at its end. I have one other of the four books in this series: Panchatantra Stories.