Fables

(from the article `English literature`) ...Walking the Streets of London (1716) catalogues the dizzying diversity of urban life through a dexterous burlesque of Virgil`s Georgics. His ...
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Fables

(from the article `Chagall, Marc`) ...During the next three years, Chagall executed 107 full-page plates for the Gogol book. By then Vollard had a new idea: an edition of French poet ... poet whose Fables rank among the greatest masterpieces of French literature....been of limited length, however, and the form reached its zenith in 17th...
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Fables

[book] Fables is a book by Arnold Lobel. Released by Harper & Row, it was the recipient of the Caldecott Medal for illustration in 1981. Publishers Weekly called the book, `the most remarkable of the author-illustrator`s 60-plus, bestselling award winners.` For each of the twenty fables Lobel`s text occupies one page, with his colour illust...
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