Fourteen Fables of Aesop
|dc.identifier.other||10785 (Access ID)||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||The title continues "From the very earliest versions of Caxton and the translations of Thomas James." This book was designed and printed by Dick Binzer in fulfillment of the requirements set forth by the College of Applied Arts at the University of Cincinnati for a BS in Design and, as the colophon facing the early T of C says, "for the fun of it." Good for you! Fourteen fables are presented. Five have full-page two-color illustrations: CJ, CP, GGE, FG, and TH. In fact, most of these spill over onto the text page that they face. There are two colors in fact on almost every page in the book. The pages are folded once, and the book is very nicely produced, with an embossed A on the front cover. This collection is a perfect place for an unique book like this!||en_US|
|dc.publisher||University of Cincinnati||en_US|
|dc.title||Fourteen Fables of Aesop||en_US|
|dc.acquired.location||Marco Panella, Brattleboro, VT||en_US|
|dc.description.binding||This is a hardbound book (hard cover)||en_US|
|dc.description.note3||#47 of 66||en_US|
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An Annotated Bibliography of Books of Fables.