6 Fábulas de Iriarte

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Iriarte, Tomas
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1969
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Lively colored cartoons present "The Traveler and the Rented Mule"; "The Goat and the Horse"; "The Eagle and the Lion"; "The Silkworm and the Spider"; "The Magpie and the Monkey"; and "The Maker of Braids and the Maker of Lace." The mule that attacks a route ferociously cannot be trusted to finish the route. "The Goat and the Horse" features debate between the two over sweet violin music. The horse gives his tail's hair to generate the music while the goat raptures over his entrails that will occasion such great music. "Only when you are dead," the horse responds. "The Eagle and the Lion" includes a bat. Neither of the kings will accept the two-faced bat into his realm. The silkworm puts down the spider's hasty but cheap and passing work. The magpie proudly shows off her heap of worthless baubles. The monkey by contrast stores up good things to eat. The gold-maker wonders why the lacemaker gets so much more money for her work. She answers that quality of work is more important than the raw materials. My prize in this 16-page pamphlet about 7" x 8" goes to the four spirited illustrations for "The Magpie and the Monkey."
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Ediciones Toray
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