Der Jugend Fabelschatz: Eine Auswahl der Schönsten Fabeln für die Jugend Bearbeitet

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Hoffmann, Julius
Offterdinger, C
Specht, Friedrich
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1910
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This is a well preserved book with 148 pages of fables. There are perhaps one-hundred-and-thirty-five fables here, as the opening T of C shows. The title just above each text gives the source. Aesop seems to come up often. La Fontaine is included. Many, even most, of the fables seem to come from eighteenth-century German fabulists. The four colored illustrations--chromolithographs, I presume--are familiar. The frontispiece is Offterdinger's depiction of The Monkey Throwing Away His Master's Coins. The other three are Specht's WC (48); Offterdinger's The Fox, the Hunters, and the Woodcutter; and Specht's FC (112). The latter is also pictured on the laid-in chromolithograph on the cover. Did I really pay one hundred Marks for this book?
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R. Thienemanns Verlag
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