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For each story there is a title, a narrative, "Aesop's Moral," Noonan's discussion (titled "Perspective"), a "Business Moral," and a source for further reading. One distinguishing feature that I can notice lies in the "000" listing for every item in the beginning T of C. I find that introduction helpful in saying that these fables belong not to Aesop but to humanity. A chronology places Aesop and reports about him in time and traces key steps in the publication of fables as we know them.The key to getting into the book, I believe, is to watch the "Business Morals." They give Noonan's particular take on the fable, developed in the "Perspective" section. Another is the information listed on the back cover, including the publicity the book will receive and its projected publication date. It is less helpful when it identifies fable by its need to include an animal and when it makes Aesop a collector of fables. Ashliman's "Introduction" then gives a good sense of fable, its history, and its contributions.Some instruments have multiple texts because there should be several performers playing those instruments.Thus both Picoolo/1st Flute and 2nd Flute have five copies apiece.Penguin Viking apparently began publishing the book in 2005.This copy is for distribution only in Singapore and on the Indian Subcontinent. It uses Aesop's fables well, in contrast to a number of books that apply Aesop's fables in a forced fashion. from Jack Kirby, Myrtle Beach, SC, through e Bay, Nov., '05. This book is more than that, and my hat is off to Barnes & Noble for what they have added to that original book.
Let me quote what I wrote for the normal catalogue entry. It uses Aesop's fables well, in contrast to a number of books that apply Aesop's fables in a forced fashion. I never know when an oddity like this book will show up! Another piece on the back-cover announces "A selection of timelessly poignant vignettes from the celebrated author of "The Boy Who Cried 'Wolf,'" "The Tortoise and the Hare," and "The Camel Who Shat in the River." (Regretably not included in this volume)." True to the style of comics, the visuals carry the stories here. Many at least of Rackham's black-and-white illustrations are included, though none of his colored illustrations. A helpful appendix on 249-51 gives the Aarne-Thompson Type Numbers for many fables.One black-and-white line sketch with each story, two with the last. On its 96 pages we find a number of excellent simple colored cartoons. Among the best are DS (9), MSA (21), "The Two Roosters and the Eagle" (63), 2W (73), and 2P (80). The color printing here seems to me to be excellent! This is the booklet of 36 pages containing the nineteen fables presented in the Comedie-Franaise version of "Fables de La Fontaine" directed by Robert Wilson.2005 College and Research Libraries News, September 2005, Vol. The booklet contains the nineteen French texts and short notes on La Fontaine and Wilson. The title on the cover is now in white, rather than black. The inside of the front cover supplies some bibliographical information, including the year of publication.When invited, the deer said that she could not make it, but recommended that the stork take her place.2005 Aesop's Fables. Illustrated by children from the Christian Home Educators Association, Altoona, PA. I see some references to 2008 on the verso of the title-page, but I will trust the e Bay seller's statement that the book was published in 2005 and that this is a copy of its first edition. It is a portfolio of orchestral music for four Aesopic fables: TH, BW, DS, and "The Wolf and His Shadow." The texts are from Margaret Clark's 1990 volume The Best of Aesop's Fables. At first I thought this just another reprint -- and there have been many -- of Jones and Rackham's 1912 Heineman edition.
By the way, how did I get this from a group called "Big Edge Sports"? The bibliography at the end includes Laura Gibbs' edition of 2002. Perhaps the best among them are "The Fox and the Mask" (26); "Two Enemies on a Ship" (58); TB (123); and "The Donkey at the Cliff's Edge" (134). The eight designs appear in color on the front cover. I am delighted to see contemporary students getting a chance to experience Aesop and have fun with his fables.