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Aesop's Fables with Scripture References
(Living Books Press, 2007)
Here is a fascinating concept. Many of the fables in the Vernon Jones/Rackham edition are matched with some one or two scriptural phrases. I am not sure whether to rejoice or to cry! I regret that Rackham is represented ...
(CRW PublishingCollector's Library, 2006)
This is a handy small-format -- 6¼ x 4 -- presentation of the famous 1912 version by Vernon Jones and Arthur Rackham. Its cover proclaims it complete and unabridged. It has several curious features. One is that all of ...
(Baker & Taylor Publishing GroupCanterbury Classics,, 2013)
Here is a surprising reprint of Jones and Rackham's work. Its special feature is a soft orange composition cover. Embossed into this composition front cover are some twelve morals from Aesop's fables around a blue title. ...
Here is a paperback reprint of the Avenel version published in NY in the 70's or 80's. There is no reference to the original Rackham publication in 1912. The color illustrations are not included. The silhouette illustrations ...
(Dover Publications, 2009)
Here is a Dover (2009) unabridged republication of the edition published by William Heinemann, London, and Doubleday, Page, and Co., New York, in 1912, as the verso of the title-page says. Surprisingly, the back cover has ...
The Cat and the Birds and Other Fables by Aesop
(The British Library, 2014)
This is a sturdy, small (4¾ x 6¼), and handsome 69 page edition that uses Rackham's art well. Several of the strong illustrations are allowed to move outside the margins, like WS (8), WC (13); FC (19), and FK (22). The ...