Les Fables d'Ésope

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Black), (Fiona
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1994
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Here is a French republication of Bernal's book published by Andrews and McNeel in the Ariel Books series in 1991. This book does not seem to acknowledge either Fiona Black, who composed the stories for the English original, or the French translator. European books are not as forthcoming as American about where they were printed or even where their publisher is located. The book seems otherwise an exact replicate of the English, down to the page numbers. As I wrote of the original, it has pleasing, lively acrylics in a small-format book. Eleven fables. Differently told: Androcles and the lion are caught together. In the best illustrations, the hare's eyelids are drooping (cover), the wolf finds a sheepskin (frontispiece), the mice hide (18), and the boy sees the wolf (32).
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