Listy i Korni

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1986
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This pamphlet contains seven two-page spreads featuring a soft colored full-page illustration on the left and a single fable on the right. Its title comes from Krylov's IV, 2: Leaves and Roots. The cover pictures a human being sitting under a tree in a framed oval. This illustration turns out to be a section of the illustration for the title-fable, offered as the fourth of seven fables presented here. The back cover features leaves on a twig. The inside front and back covers present an identical image of birds in a tree and animals under it; as I did not notice at first, this duochrome illustration emphasizes the roots around these animals. In fact, it took me a while to put together my knowledge of Krylov and a Cyrillic alphabet to decipher the subject of this central fable. The other six are FC; GA; FG; Crane, Lobster, and Pike; Crow and Pig; and Cock and Cuckoo. Though the illustrations seem not to be reproduced sharply, they are nicely done.
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Covetskar Rosser
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