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The Fables of Phaedrus
(Dodo Press, 2009)
The full title is The Fables of Phaedrus. Literally Translated into English Prose with Notes by Henry Thomas Riley, B.A., Late Scholar of Clare Hall, Cambridge. To Which Is Added a Metrical Translation of Phaedrus, by ...
Römische Fabeln auf Mühlviardlarisch
(Novum EcoNovum Publishing gmbh, 2011)
The Mühlviertel is an Austrian region belonging to the state of Upper Austria: it is one of four quarters of Upper Austria, the others being Hausruckviertel, Traunviertel, and Innviertel. It is named for the two rivers ...
Le Favole de Fedro in Versi Veneziani
(Edizioni Helvetia, 2002)
Finding this book in my first hours in Venice was a great omen! The Libreria Miracoli opens out onto the Piazza Miracoli, and this book was lying on the table out front. Each fable gets a new page on which to start. The ...
Aesop's Human Zoo: Roman Stories About Our Bodies
(University of Chicago Press, 2004)
This is a lively little book! Henderson makes his own choice of fifty of Phaedrus' texts to present and orders them creatively around our bodiliness. The book is not what a reader today would expect of another translation ...
Lektüre Latein: Phaedrus: Fabeln: Texte mit Anmerkungen und Zusatzmaterial
(Stark Verlagsgesellschaft, 2006)
Here is a handy small paperback for classroom use. It contains eleven Phaedrus fables with notes, assignment questions (Arbeitsaufträge), and illustrations. There are two more texts, taken from the prologue to Phaedrus' ...
The Most Beautiful Fables of Aesop, Phaedrus and La Fontaine
(White Star Kids, 2018)
This heavy, large-format book offers twelve fables from each of its three fabulists, each fable two to eight pages long. The artist works hard to integrate text with illustration. "The Lion and the Mosquito" presents a ...