Aesop's Fables

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Aesop
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1893?
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This book is in the family of my 1892? and 1896 editions of the same name. See my comments in those two places. Differences from the former, to which it is closer, include these: This edition goes to 123, not 111; it changes cover design and drops the imprints of children on the inside covers; it is #232 rather than #236; and it puts Donohue in Chicago and New York on its cover (though not on the reverse of the title page). The prize on this reading goes to the picture on 27 of a mother and daughter: with what fable does this engraving fit? The full-page (often unrelated) engravings seem to come only every four pages except for the extras at 13 and 19. Page 22 features two milkmaids from different engraving traditions.
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M.A. Donohue and Co
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