A Moral Fable-Talk. That is to say, a most delectable Garden of moral philosophy, conveyed in Fables, by Speeches attributed to brute beasts. Arthur Golding.
A Moral Fable-Talk. That is to say, a most delectable Garden of moral philosophy, conveyed in Fables, by Speeches attributed to brute beasts.
A Moral Fable-Talk. That is to say, a most delectable Garden of moral philosophy, conveyed in Fables, by Speeches attributed to brute beasts.
A Moral Fable-Talk. That is to say, a most delectable Garden of moral philosophy, conveyed in Fables, by Speeches attributed to brute beasts.
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A Moral Fable-Talk. That is to say, a most delectable Garden of moral philosophy, conveyed in Fables, by Speeches attributed to brute beasts.

Gheeraerts, Marcus (illus.)

San Francisco: Arion Press, 1987. Octavo. 356pp. One of 400 copies. Now first published, with etchings by Marcus Gheeraerts from Mythologia Ethica of Arnold Freitag (1579), the source in Latin for this translation. Transcribed and edited from the autograph manuscript (1586) in the Columbia University Library with an introduction, notes and glossary by Richard G. Barnes. Fine in three-quarter brown leatherette, with gold accents and gold spine label. Prospectus laid in. Item #28361

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