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    • Ausgewählte Fabeln von Iwan A. Krylow 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich; Remané, Martin (Vol und WissenVolk und Wissen Verlag. Berlin/Leipzig, 1949)
      Here in a pamphlet of 28 pages are fifteen of Krylov's best loved fables in Remané's verse translations, which are elsewhere in this collection in editions of Krylov from SWA-Verlag in 1948 and from Aufbau-Verlag in 1952. ...
    • Basni Ivana Andreevicha Krylova 

      Komarov, A. M; Krylov, Ivan Andreevich; Ulí͡anov, A (s.n.. [Moskva?, 1916)
      The eBay seller opined that this is a pre-revolution publication, and he seems to be right. Has a page become detached, or does this book not even proclaim its publisher? As the closing AI indicates, there are here some ...
    • Basni: I.A. Krylova, With a Biography of the Author 

      No Author (Publishing House of P.A. Yegorov. St. Petersburg, 1879)
      The complete text of the fables is followed by a list after 298 of the fables arranged by the years in which they were written (1806-36) and then an alphabetical index. The volume is in fair to poor condition. The cover ...
    • Fables choisies de Kryloff 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich; Schnitzler, J (Paul Ollendorff. Paris, 1898)
      Thirty-six fables appear here in French verse. This is a very roomy book of 162 pages. Every title is on its own page, and many if not all fables are followed by one blank page. The spine is very fragile, and many pages ...
    • Fables Russes Tirées du recueil de M. Kriloff, et imitées en vers Français et Italiens pars divers auteurs, Tome Second 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich (Bossange et Bossange Frères: Firmin Didot. Paris, 1825)
      Bodemann #255. Now here is an unusual book. Note that it is just the second volume of a two-volume set. Overall the two volumes offer eighty-six of Krylof's fables in Russian in five books with corresponding imitations ...
    • Fun Krylows Meszolim (Basnie) 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich; Olitsky, L (Idisz Buch, przy CKZwPYidish bukh. *VarsheWarsaw, 1950)
      Here is a book that one would not easily find in circulation! Paperbound books from Warsaw in 1950 might not have had a long life expectancy! This book contains some 120 of Krylov's 200 fables on 224 pages, followed by ...
    • Fun Krylows Meszolim (Basnie) 

      No Author (Idisz Buch, przy CKZwP. Warsaw, 1950)
      This is an extra copy of this book. Here is a book that one would not easily find in circulation! Paperbound books from Warsaw in 1950 might not have had a long life expectancy! This book contains some 120 of Krylov's ...
    • I.A. Krilov: Strekosa i Murabel: Basni 

      I͡Aroviĭ, S; Krylov, Ivan Andreevich (Detsckar LiteraturaDetskai͡a Literatura. MoscowMoskva, 1985)
      I am convinced that I have this book already! It is an excellent short compendium in large format (8½ x 11) of some of the best of Krylov's fables, along with excellent representations. Besides GA, its sixteen pages ...
    • I.A. Krilov: Strekosa i Murabey: Basni 

      No Author (Detsckar Literatura. Moscow, 1980)
      This sixteen-page pamphlet features a delightful front cover in brown, black, and grey of the two characters of the first fable. Then seven fables are presented in black-and-white. Perhaps the best of the four illustrations ...
    • I.A. Krylov Basni 

      No Author (Pravda. Moscow, 1978)
      Here is an extra copy of this book. This looks to me like a standard Krylov edition from the Communist era. The paper is cheap, and the black-and-white illustrations rather sketchily printed. The good news is that the ...
    • I.A. Krylov Basni 

      Kolosova, G; Krylov, Ivan Andreevich (Pravda. MoscowMoskva, 1978)
      This looks to me like a standard Krylov edition from the Communist era. The paper is cheap, and the black-and-white illustrations rather sketchily printed. The good news is that the illustrations occupy a full page and ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Basni 

      Butromeev, V. V; Butromeev, Vladimir; Butromeeva, N. V; Krylov, Ivan Andreevich (Bely Gorod PublishingBelyĭ Gorod. MoscowMoskva, 2003)
      This is a major addition to the collection. It is the deluxe Russian edition of Ivan Krylov's fables published in the special series The Big Illustrated Library of Classics. Large format (8 x 10½). Very heavy. 648 ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Basni 

      Denisov, N. V; Krylov, Ivan Andreevich; Litvinenko, P. E (Izd. A.S. Panafidinoĭ. MoscowMoskva, 1906)
      I have to thank the eBay seller for providing me helpful information on this lovely little book in fragile condition. It measures just under 4 x 6. Its 315 pages include 85 engravings. While many of the engravings are ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Basni 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich (Gos. izd-vo khudozh. lit-ryGoschdarstvennoe Izdatepbstvo. MoscowMoskva, 1958)
      The special feature of this book lies, I believe, in the strong woodcuts. The first of these is a full-page frontispiece showing Krylov himself in top hat in the midst of animals, a farmer, and a rustic. Then each of the ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Basni 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich (Dietckij LiteraturyGos. izd-vo detskoĭ lit-ry Ministerstva prosveshchenii͡a RSFSR. Moscow/LeningradMoskva, 1948)
      This book seems a standard presentation of Krylov's fables, with a rich assortment of A. Laptyev's 1947 illustrations. Might they perhaps have been done for this edition and then used extensively elsewhere? The T of C ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Basni 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich ("Khudozhestvennai͡a literatura"Khudozhestvennaya Literatura Publishing. Moscow, 1983)
      I could have sworn that I already had this book, once I saw it up close. I cannot find it in the collection. The colors of the cover are the colors that predominate in the duo-tone illustrations inside, that is, browns ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Basni 

      Telingatera, C. (Dietckij Literatury. Moscow/Leningrad, 1948)
      We have a less well preserved copy of this book already in the collection but with one other suggestive difference. Where that copy has "57" crudely stamped onto its colophon-page at the end of the book, this copy has ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Sochineniya v Dvuh Tomah (Works in Two Volumes) 

      No Author (Pravda. Moscow, 1956)
      Here, in two volumes, are Krylov's works. Apparently all of the fables are in this first volume. (I will keep the second with it in the collection for the sake of completeness.) The fables commence, after a beginning ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Sochineniya v Dvuh Tomah (Works in Two Volumes) 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich; Stepanov, N. L (Izd-vo "Pravda". MoscowMoskva, 1956)
      Here, in two volumes, are Krylov's works. Apparently all of the fables are in this first volume. (I will keep the second with it in the collection for the sake of completeness.) The fables commence, after a beginning ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Sochineniya v Dvuh Tomah (Works in Two Volumes), Vol. II 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich (Pravda. Moscow, 1984)
      Here, in two volumes, are Krylov's works. This edition seems to work off of the earlier Pravda edition of 1956. There are several changes. Exteriorly, the books drop the black profile of Krylov embossed on the front ...