Here is a slick-covered paperback--it actually looks like a Penguin paperback--offering the 358 Greek prose fables of Chambry's 1927 edition together with Italian prose translations on the facing page. Like its partner edition on Phaedrus, this Mondadori edition of Aesop is sturdy and well made. Among the Aesop editions I found on this trip, this edition also has by far the most extensive introduction, bibliography, and notes. It is wonderful that they got La Penna to do the introduction for it. The AI at the back works from the Italian titles and gives both the Chambry number and page number for each listing.
Arnoldo Mondadori Editore