The Hawk and the Crow (Chinese)

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2010
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This is a very pleasing series of twelve 12-page pamphlets of unusual proportions, namely just under 10 inches square. The two-page spreads here are again dramatic, from the time that the crow sees the hawk swoop down upon and then carry away a small lamb. When the crow tries to do the same, the central illustration shows him sweating as his claws are entangled in the wool on the lamb's back. In the next picture, the shepherd is clipping off feathers and then giving him to his son. The very last picture is especially well done: the crow sits on a perch with its clipped wings and a rope tied to one of its legs. The crow is weeping. Well done to both Chunpen Pongnivat and to the publishers of such a fine fable book! First published in Thailand in 2007 by Class Publishing House, Bangkok.
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Human Cultural Enterprise Co.
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