99 Fables: 1 (Library Alabama Classics) by William March,Richard Brough,William T. Going

By William March,Richard Brough,William T. Going

“March has picked up the place Aesop and Don Marquis left off, prick- ing vanities and exposing antics of power phonies. . . . listed here are damning truths in regards to the Noblest Animal, here's vitriol with no venom. richard Brough catches the entire taste in his illustrations.” —New York occasions ebook Review

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