Fábulas: Esopo, La Fontaine, Samaniego
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This paperback book brings us close to the simplest of fable books. Perhaps that fits with the fact that it is "Un aporte cultural de Zig Zag, Milkybar, Loncoleche, Amac y Megavisión." I suspect that it was a give-away with various products. It may also have served as a text for pupils. I find two surprises here. First, there are, as the opening T of C makes clear, four major divisions: Aesop, La Fontaine, Samaniego, and Iriarte. Why does the fourth not get mentioned on either the title-page or the front cover? The second surprise lies in the five black-and-white illustrations along the way. "Fox and Woodman" (17); "Rooster, Cat, and Young Mouse" (37); TB (55); FG (65); and "Two Rabbits" (81). Other than the T of C at the beginning, there is nothing before or after the fable texts. 94 pages.
Empresa Editora Zig-Zag