6 Fábulas de Esopo

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Aesop
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1968
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Full-color cartoons present "The Eagle and the Crow"; "The Goat and the Donkey"; FK; "The Two Dogs"; DLS; "The Eagle and the Turtle." In "The Goat and the Donkey" the goat recommends to the donkey to play sick. The farmer goes to the veterinarian and learns that the best cure for the donkey is an infusion of goat meat! The illustration shows the goat falling down a mountainside. Where does that event, not in the text, fit in? "The Two Dogs" turns into a condemnation of parents who teach their children laziness. My prize in this 16-page pamphlet about 7" x 8" goes to the last illustration for DLS, in which the laughing fox trots ahead lion-skinned donkey, a donkey, by the way, who runs like a person!
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Ediciones Toray
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