The Big Book of Fables

The Big Book of Fables We yawn at sermons but we gladly turnTo moral tales and so amused we learn La Fontaine fables translated retain old phrasing even rhymes From French Roman Babrius s Aesop to recent Cowper an

  • Title: The Big Book of Fables
  • Author: Walter Jerrold Charles Robinson Jane Harvey Aesop
  • ISBN: 9780517637906
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Hardcover
  • We yawn at sermons, but we gladly turnTo moral tales, and so amused we learn La Fontaine 150 fables translated, retain old phrasing, even rhymes From French, Roman Babrius s Aesop, to recent Cowper and Emerson Illustrated from estate of Charles Robinson in 24 fabulous colored plates and 82 intricate delicately detailed black white drawings.

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    About "Walter Jerrold Charles Robinson Jane Harvey Aesop"

    1. Walter Jerrold Charles Robinson Jane Harvey Aesop

      1879 1929 He wrote and edited, also as Walter Copeland for children From a theatrical family, he rose to deputy editor of The Observer newspaper, spending most of his life in London Tradition in the nursery has acted as a severe editor Of five daughters m Clara Armstrong Bridgman 1895 , Ianthe Jerrold 1898 1977 wrote fiction Biographies Lamb 1905 , Children s books Big Book of Fables 1987 , Classic texts for Everyman s Library, Travel books for Blackie Son Beautiful England series Hampton Court 1916

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    1. "We yawn at sermons, but we gladly turnTo moral tales, and so amused we learn" - La Fontaine150 morals and humor, archaic phrasing, many in rhyme. /review/show From thousands of years ago (slave) Aesop, 7-8 centuries after death written down by Babrius "supposed" Roman living in East. Many are translated from French, Jean de La Fontaine, "man of letters" 1821-1695 published 1668. Also The Raven from William Cowper, The Mountain and the Squirrel by Ralph Waldo Emerson, and more recent writers. 24 [...]


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