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    • El Loro y La Higuera: Una Leyenda Jataka 

      Duran, Magdelena; Harman, Michael; Oneto, Claudia (Dharma Publishing. Berkeley, Calif., 2002)
      From the American original The Parrot and the Fig Tree in 1990. Where other volumes used gold lines to outline the figures, Harman here uses black. The LC blurb is accurate: A parrot who dwells happily in a fruitful fig ...
    • Il Gioiello dell' Amicizia: Una storia di Jataka 

      Gaiotto, Lucia; Gaiotto, Osvaldo (Dharma Publishing. Berkeley, Calif., 2002)
      As in Duran's other illustrated work in this series, The King Who Understood Animals: A Jataka Tale, the art is characterized by the almond-shaped eyes of human beings. Two sons of a Benares professor are suddenly left ...
    • The Jewel of Friendship: A Jataka Tale 

      No Author (Dharma Press. Berkeley, CA, 2002)
      Two sons of a Benares professor are suddenly left orphans. They travel to the Ganges and build two huts, the older son's at a greater distance from the riverbank, the younger's right on the bank. A naga, king of serpents, ...
    • A Jóia da Amizade: Um Conto Jataka 

      Lyra, Sylvia (Editora Dharma. Berkeley, Calif., 2002)
      Two sons of a Benares professor are suddenly left orphans. They travel to the Ganges and build two huts, the older son's at a greater distance from the riverbank, the younger's right on the bank. A naga, king of serpents, ...
    • The King Who Understood Animals: A Jataka Tale 

      No Author (Dharma Press. Berkeley, CA, 2002)
      Senaka, King of Benares, protects a snake attacked by some boys. This snake is actually a naga, He visits Senaka and offers him a secret spell that allows him to understand the speech of animals. But he must never reveal ...
    • La Joya de la Amistad: Una Leyenda Jataka 

      No Author (Dharma Publishing. Berkeley, CA, 2002)
      This is the Spanish translation of The Jewel of Friendship. Two sons of a Benares professor are suddenly left orphans. They travel to the Ganges and build two huts, the older son's at a greater distance from the riverbank, ...
    • Le Joyau de l'Amitié: Un Conte de Jataka 

      Cervisi, Gisèle (Dharma Publishing. Berkeley, CA, 2002)
      This is the French version of The Jewel of Friendship. I wrote there that the art is characterized here, as in Duran's other illustrated work in this series, The King Who Understood Animals: A Jataka Tale, by the almond-shaped ...