Der Löwe und die Maus und andere grosse und kleine Tiere in Fabeln, Geschichten und Bildern

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Ausgewählt von Anne M. Rothenberg
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1979
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"Here is a different version of the same book by a different publisher. The book is now even more carefully done in a smaller page format. This version makes reference to Verlag Heinrich Ellermann and their 1971 copyright. My copy actually has a 1973 copyright. Let me repeat some comments I made about the earlier book. This book mixes fables and "Geschichten" in a way that is uncommon. As far as I can tell, the organization of the fables is associative. For example, a number of lion fables occur early. I count about 121 fables. Just before the T of C there is a Quellenverzeichnis that also serves as an AI of authors; I count about fifty-four of them. This section also includes a list of sources for the abundant illustrations, which this edition renders much more carefully. Most of these are from one of these three sources: Grandville's "Life of the Animals"; Bewick; and the Ulmer Aesop."
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