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    • The Two Pigeons. 

      Dore, Gustave (London and New York; Cassell, Petter, and Galpin. 1868)
      black-white illustration|Facing Page: 536|The Fables of La Fontaine translated into English verse by Walter Thornbury, with illustrations by Gustave Doré. [n.d.] London and New York, Cassell, Petter, and Galpin., Page 253
    • The Two Pigeons. 

      Dore, Gustave (London and New York; Cassell, Petter, and Galpin. 1868)
      black-white illustration|Page: 536|The Fables of La Fontaine translated into English verse by Walter Thornbury, with illustrations by Gustave Doré. [n.d.] London and New York, Cassell, Petter, and Galpin., Page 253
    • The Two Pigeons: La Fontaine's Fables Vol. 3. 

      No Author (Tamagawa University Press. Tokyo, 1979)
      A really beautiful set of three books. Pack and his wife picked this as their favorite when we reviewed a great day's findings from Kanda. In this third volume, a T of C at the Japanese front is followed by twelve fables ...
    • Two Pigs. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 28|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Two Pitchers 

      Unknown author (Center for Book Lovers. Bangkok, 2005)
      I have a series, apparently "Series 7," with six pamphlets, each offering a bilingual presentation of a fable. Here the sixth starts out as though it were a rendition of 2P but then takes a curious turn. That first part ...
    • The Two Pitchers 

      Peter (Reading Support Foundation: Greenlife Printing. Bangkok, 2018)
      This story starts as though it were an adaptation of 2P using pitchers instead of pots. The presentation emphasizes the worth and dignity of the brass pitcher. Flooding carries both away, and the brass pitcher seems to ...
    • The Two Pots. 

      Tenniel, John (Philadelphia: Porter and Coates. 1848)
      black-white illustration|Page 137, Fable CXX|Aesop's fables: A new version, chiefly from original sources. John Tenniel and Thomas James. Philadelphia: Porter and Coates, 1848.
    • The Two Pots. 

      Rackham, Arthur (London : W. HeinemannNew York : Doubleday, Page and Co.. 1912)
      color drawing|Facing Page: 100|Aesop's fables : a new translation by V.S. Vernon Jones, with an introduction by G.K. Chesterton and illustrations by Arthur Rackham. London : W. Heinemann ; New York : Doubleday, Page and Co., 1912.
    • The Two Pots. 

      Heighway, Richard (London and New York; MacMillan and Co.. 1894)
      black-white illustration|Page 120| The Fables of Æsop : Selected, Told Anew, and their History Traced by Joseph Jacobs; Done into Pictures by Richard Heighway. London, New York: MacMillan, 1894
    • The Two Pots. 

      Winter, Milo (Chicago, Rand McNally & Co.. 1919)
      color illustration|Page 66|The Æsop for Children with Pictures by Milo Winter. Chicago, Rand McNally & Co., 1919
    • Two problem-based learning cases: Methamphetamine 

      Barone, E. J.; Huggett, K. N.; Sattar, S. P. (2011)
    • Two Pussycats: A fable of our time 

      Masů, Vácha (Wesma Publishers. South Deerfield, MA, 2001)
      I got only about halfway into this book. It is described both as a fable and as an American novella. The plotline opens with the author discovering and caring for two kittens. After some time, they start revealing things ...
    • Two puzzle blotters from Claverie, Paris, "La Grande Maison de la Ceinture et du Corset." 

      Unknown author (1960)
      The lower half of each portrait-formatted blotter is a colored fable illustration. The upper half mentions Claverie as setting the viewer a riddle. A few of the fable's opening verses occur. The image for MM includes her ...
    • Two refrigerator magnets 

      Unknown author (2008)
      Here is another new one on me! I never would have thought of Aesopic refrigerator magnets. These two are very nicely made. Notice the hyperbole in the GA text: the ant drags a banana to his nest! Space and a change of ...
    • Two Roman Mice by Horace 

      Horace; Roach, Marilynne K (Thomas Y. Crowell Company. NYNew York, 1975)
      Rusticus and Urbanus are proper names of the two mice. Urbanus, who wears a toga, is from Rome itself. Black-and-white designs, e.g. of the country's grains and the city's exotic fruits and vegetables, decorate pages; ...
    • Two Roman Mice by Horace 

      No Author (Thomas Y. Crowell. NY, 1975)
      Here is an extra copy in poorer condition. Rusticus and Urbanus are proper names of the two mice. Urbanus, who wears a toga, is from Rome itself. Black-and-white designs, e.g. of the country's grains and the city's ...
    • Two Setters. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page |A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • Two Setters. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page |A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • Two small brass Fox and the Crow buttons 

      Unknown author (1890)
      This button, by contrast with the Monleón exemplars, puts the fox on the lower right and the crow in the upper left. Tree branches shape the scene--and even make it hard to read on this small button! Closest in design to ...
    • Two small brass Fox and the Crow buttons 

      Unknown author (1890)
      This button, by contrast with the Monleón exemplars, puts the fox on the lower right and the crow in the upper left. Tree branches shape the scene--and even make it hard to read on this small button! Closest in design to ...