El Libro de las Fabulas
Ten countries are represented here, and in fact the fables are grouped by their country of origin. Spain leads with fifteen authors presenting thirty-nine fables. Other Spanish-speaking countries then provide from one to five fables each. Bravo-Villasante writes a Presentación at the beginning, and there is a T of C at the end. MSA comes first, with an excellent illustration, colored and displaying four people in the corners of the quadrangle but outside the picture's oval. I presume that these are the advisors that the miller and his son meet along the way. The naïve style of the illustrations is quite attractive. Perhaps a quarter of the fables are familiar from the tradition. For the rest, and even for these, I wish I knew Spanish!
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