Children's Literature: A Guide to Reference Sources.
Coughlan, Margaret N
. Library of Congress; [for sale by the Superintendent of Documents U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] . Washington, D.C.
Z1037.A1 H35 1966 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
MetadataShow full item record
I was glad to find something at this store. I had visited there during my tenure as a trustee at Gonzaga some years ago. This is a bibliography of some 1073 items. I find four touching on fable, and three of those are new to me (#43, 711, and 1044). The listing I know already is Jacobs/Heighway, included because Jacobs includes a history of the Aesopic fable, a chart of Aesop's pedigree, and notes on the provenance of each fable, selected as Jacobs notes out of the more than 700 available in English books (#738). There are Aesopic illustrations from Sorg and Crane, respectively, on 13 and 208, presumably because they are mentioned in Nolen and McKenzie. A lucky bibliographical find!