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    • The Higher Animals: A Mark Twain Bestiary. 

      Geismar, Maxwell; Twain, Mark (Thomas Y. Crowell. NY, 1976)
      These well selected passages are really not Aesopic fables, but they are something very close, and they are delightful. There is A Fable on 44, and it is fun. For starters, try The Ant and Bicycle Dogs. Suarès' art is ...
    • The Higher Animals: A Mark Twain Bestiary. 

      No Author (Thomas Y. Crowell. NY, 1976)
      Here is an extra of this unusual book. These well selected passages are really not Aesopic fables, but they are something very close, and they are delightful. There is A Fable on 44, and it is fun. For starters, try The ...
    • Humorous Fables 

      Twain, Mark (Haldemen-Julius. Girard, Kansas, 1940)
      After years of searching, I have found this booklet! I do not know how many shoeboxes of Little Blue Books I have searched in antique stores hoping to find #668! There are first two contrasting fables about bad and good ...