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Here is a compact hardbound book offering a Hungarian translation of 358 numbered fables. Page 35 offers the right resources for a book published in 1970, I believe. It includes Perry besides the earlier Chambry, Halm, and Hausrath. My sense of the world of Eastern Europe in 1970 has me notice that this book in Hungarian is produced in Bucharest. Is this part of the great Soviet distribution of tasks? There is a T of C at the end. The book is still available in Eastern European used book shops.