<nav id="2uk7j"></nav>
    <nav id="2uk7j"></nav>

      Aesop's FablesA New Translation by V. S. Vernon Jones;
      With an Introduction by G. K. Chesterton,
      and Illustrations by Arthur Rackham
      by
      Aesop


      The Revelation
      to the Monk of
      Evesham, 1196
      Carefully Edited From the Unique Copy,
      Now in the British Museum, of the Edition
      Printed by William De Machlinia About 1482
      by
      Edward Arber


      AesopFive Centuries of Illustrated Fablesby
      John J. McKendry


      The
      Apophthegms
      of the Ancients
      by
      Desiderius Erasmus


      Vol. 1 of 2
      ?sop's FablesEmbellished With One Hundred
      and Eleven Emblematical Devices
      by
      Aesop


      The
      Canterbury
      Tales
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      The
      Panchatantra
      A Collection of Ancient Hindu Tales in Its
      Oldest Recension, the Kashmirian, Entitled
      Tantrakhyayika, the Original Sanskrit Text
      by
      Johannes Hertel


      A Collection
      of Fables
      For the Instruction and Amusement
      of Little Misses and Masters
      by
      Unknown Author


      Le Morte
      Darthur
      Textby
      Thomas Malory



      Vol. 1
      The Apophthegms
      of the Ancients
      Being an Historical Collection of the Most
      Celebrated, Elegant, Pithy and Prudential Sayings
      of All the Illustrious Personages of Antiquity
      by
      Desiderius Erasmus



      Vol. 2
      Kriloff's
      Fables
      Translated From the Russian Into
      English in the Original Metres
      by
      C. Fillingham Coxwell


      The Earliest
      English Version of
      the Fables of Bidpai
      The Morall Philosophie of Doniby
      Thomas North


      ?sop's
      Fables
      In Words of One Syllableby
      Mary Godolphin


      Flowers
      of Fable
      Culled From Epictetus, Croxall,
      Dodsley, Gay, Cowper, Pope,
      Moore, Merrick, Denis, and Tapner
      by
      Unknown Author


      The Seven Sages
      in English Verse
      Edited From a Manuscript in the Public
      Library, of the University of Cambridge
      by
      Thomas Wright


      The Complete
      Works of
      Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      MerlinA Middle-English Metrical
      Version of a French Romance
      by
      Henry Lovelich



      Vol. 1
      The Fables
      of Ph?drus
      With Short English Notes
      for the Use of Schools
      by
      Ph?drus


      The Pilgrimage
      of the Life
      of Man
      by
      Guillaume de Deguileville


      Vol. 1
      Fables of
      La Fontaine
      Translated From the French by Elizur
      Wright, Jr.; Two Volumes in One
      by
      Jean de la Fontaine


      The Complete Works
      of John Gower
      Edited From the Manuscripts, With
      Introductions, Notes, and Glossaries
      by
      G. C. Macaulay


      The Knight's
      Tale
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      The Fables
      of Aesop
      As First Printed by William Caxton in 1484,
      With Those of Avian, Alfonso and Poggio, Now
      Again Edited and Induced by Joseph Jacobs
      by
      Joseph Jacobs


      Fables for
      the Fire-Side
      A New Application of These Fables to
      Three Important Objects of Education
      Is Explained in the Introduction
      by
      John Lettice


      Hoccleve's
      Works
      The Minor Poems in the Philipps Ms. 8151
      (Cheltenham) And the Durham Ms. III. 9
      by
      Thomas Hoccleve


      Fablesby
      La Fontaine

      The Baby's
      Own Aesop
      Being the Fables Condensed in Rhyme,
      With Portable Morals Pictorially Pointed
      by
      Walter Crane


      ChaucerThe Prologue, the Knightes Tale the Nonne
      Preestes Tale From Canterbury Tales
      by
      Richard Morris


      The History
      of Reynard
      the Fox
      by
      William Caxton

      Shakspeare's
      Jest Book
      by
      Unknown Author

      Chaucer:
      Canterbury Tales
      The Prologue and the
      Man of Law's Tale
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      The Fables
      of ?sop
      And Others, With Designs on Woodby
      Thomas Bewick


      The Fables
      of John Gay
      With Biographical and Critical
      Introduction and Bibliograhical Appendix
      by
      John Gay


      The Vision of William
      Concerning Piers the
      Plowman, in Three Parallel
      Texts, Together With
      Richard the Redeless
      Textby
      William Langland



      Vol. 1
      Fables and
      Fabulists
      Ancient and Modernby
      Thomas Newbigging


      Bewick's Select
      Fables of ?esop and
      Others in Three Parts
      Fables Extracted From Dodsley's; Fables With
      Reflections in Prose and Verse; Fables in Verse
      by
      Thomas Bewick


      The
      Romaunt of
      the Rose
      by
      Guillaume de Lorris

      Nug?
      Poetic?
      Select Pieces of Old English Popular,
      Poetry, Illustrating the Manners
      and Arts of the Fifteenth Century
      by
      James Orchard Halliwell


      Geoffrey
      Chaucer's
      The Prologue to the Book of the Tales of
      Canterbury, the Knight's Tale, the Nun's
      Priest's Tale, Edited, With Notes and Glossary
      by
      Andrew Ingraham


      Fables,
      of Aesop
      With a Life of the Author, and Embellished
      With One Hundred and Twelve Plates
      by
      Aesop



      Vol. 1
      Sand Iron
      Book
      A Romance of About 1400 A. D. Now First Edited
      From the Unique Ms. (Laud, Misc, 595) In the Bodleian
      Library, Oxford, With Introduction, Notes, I Glossary
      by
      J. Ernst Wulfing



      Vol. 1
      The Apophthegms
      of the Ancients
      Being an Historical Collection of the Most
      Celebrated, Elegant, Pithy and Prudential Sayings
      of All the Illustrious Personages of Antiquity
      by
      Desiderius Erasmus



      Vol. 1 of 2
      The
      Chronicle
      of Froissart
      by
      Jean Froissart


      Vol. 3
      Chaucer
      His Poetry
      by
      Edward William Edmunds

      Select
      Fables
      With Cuts, Designed and Engravedby
      Thomas


      Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      Edited With Notes and Introductionby
      Alfred W. Pollard



      Vol. 2
      Second Middle
      English Primer
      Extracts From Chaucer,
      With Grammar and Glossary
      by
      Henry Sweet


      The College
      Chaucer
      The Glossary in Collaboration With
      Thomas Goddard Wright, M.A., Instructor
      in English in Sheffield Scientific School
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      The
      Canterbury
      Tales
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      Stuff and
      Nonsense
      by
      Arthur Burdett Frost

      La
      Fontaine
      And Other French Fabulistsby
      William Lucas Collins


      The Prologue, the
      Knight's Tale, and the
      Nun's Priest's Tale
      From Chaucer's Canterbury Talesby
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      The Complete
      Works of
      Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Walter W. Skeat

      The Fables of
      ?sop and Others
      Translated Into Human Natureby
      Charles H. Bennett


      Launfal,
      an Ancient
      Metrical
      Romance
      by
      Thomas Chestre

      Fables of ?sop,
      and Others
      Translated Into English; With Insructive
      Applications; And a Print Before Each Fable
      by
      Samuel Croxall


      The Fables of
      La Fontaine
      Translated From the Frenchby
      Jean de la Fontaine


      Fabul? ?sopi
      Select?, or Select
      Fables of Aesop
      With an English Translation
      as Literal as Possible
      by
      James Ross


      The Poetical
      Works of
      Geoffrey Chaucer
      A New Text, With Illustrative Notesby
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      The Harleian Ms.
      7334 of Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      The Book
      of Fables
      With Many Engravingsby
      Unknown Author


      The Prioresses
      Tale From the
      Canterbury Tales
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      A New Work
      of Animals
      Principally Designed From the
      Fables of ?sop, Gay, and Ph?drus;
      Containing One Hundred Plates
      by
      Samuel Howitt


      ?sop's FablesAccompanied by Many Hundred
      Proverbs and Moral Maxims,
      Suited to the Subject of Each Fable
      by
      Aesop


      The Congress of the Beasts, Under
      the Mediation of the Goat, for
      Negociating a Peace Between the
      Fox, the Ass Wearing a Lion's Skin,
      the Horse, the Tigress, and Other
      Quadrupedes at War
      A Farce of Two Acts, Now in Rehearsal
      at a New, Grand Theatre in Germany
      by
      John James Heidegger


      The Isopo
      Laurenziano
      Edited With Notes and an Introduction Treating
      of the Interrelation of Italian Fable Collections
      by
      Murray Peabody Brush


      The Nun's
      Priest's Tale
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      ChaucerThe Legend of Good Womenby
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      King
      Gobble's
      Feast
      by
      Justin H. Howard

      GenerydesA Romance in Seven-Line Stanzasby
      William Aldis Wright


      The Tale
      of Beryn
      The Prologue, or the Merry Adventure of the
      Pardonere and Tapstere at the Inn at Canterbury
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      The Vision and
      Creed of Piers
      Ploughman
      Edited From a Contemporary Manuscript, With
      a Historical Introduction, Notes, and a Glossary
      by
      William Langland



      Vol. 1 of 2
      The Complete Works
      of Geoffrey Chaucer
      Romaunt of the Rose,
      And, Minor Poems
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      Fables and
      Satires
      With a Preface on the Esopean Fableby
      Brooke Boothby



      Vol. 1
      The Hous
      of Fame
      In Three Booksby
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      The Vision and
      the Creed of
      Piers Ploughman
      by
      William Langland


      Vol. 2
      The Herford
      ?sop
      Fifty Fables in Verseby
      Oliver Herford


      A Poetical
      Version of
      the Fables
      of Ph?drus
      by
      Frederick Toller

      A Selection of Aesop's
      Fables, Metrically
      Translated From the Greek
      Original, and Modernised
      Intended for Use in Schools, Recitations &C., &Cby
      Aesop


      The Canterbury
      Tales of Chaucer
      To Which Are Added, an Essay Upon
      His Language and Versification, an
      Introductory Discourse, and Notes
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer



      Vol. 3
      The Fables
      of Aesop
      Selected, Told Anew, and
      Their History Traced
      by
      Joseph Jacobs


      ?sop's
      Fables
      Together With the Life of ?sopby
      De Meziriac


      Select Fables
      of Esop and
      Other Fabulists
      In Three Booksby
      Robert Dodsley


      The Fables
      of Aesop
      by
      Aesop

      Aesop's
      Fables
      by
      J. M. Conde

      Anecdota Literaria; A
      Collection of Short
      Poems in English,
      Latin, and French
      Illustrative of the Literature and History of England
      in the Thirteenth Century, and More Especially of the
      Conditions and Manners of the Different Classes of Society
      by
      Thomas Wright


      The Corpus Ms.
      (Corpus Christi
      Coll., Oxford)
      Of Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      by
      Frederick J. Furnivall

      Early English
      Poetry, Ballads, and
      Popular Literature
      of the Middle Ages
      Edited From Original Manuscripts
      and Scarce Publications
      by
      Percy Society



      Vol. 24
      Fables of
      La Fontaine
      With Illustrationsby
      Jean de la Fontaine


      Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      The Prologueby
      Alfred W. Pollard


      The Mirrour of
      the Blessed Lyf
      of Jesu Christ
      A Translation of the Latin Work
      Entitled Meditationes Vitae Christi
      by
      Saint Bonaventure


      The Answer
      of Adam
      by
      Henry Noble Maccracken

      Kriloff's
      Original
      Fables
      by
      Ivan Henry Harrison

      Renard the
      Fox, or the Lay
      of the Land
      by
      Willem Madoc

      Selections
      From Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      Ellesmere Textby
      Hiram Corson


      Metrical Romances of the
      Thirteenth, Fourteenth,
      and Fifteenth Centuries
      Published From Ancient Mss,
      With an Notes, and a Glossary
      by
      Henry Weber



      Vol. 2
      The Middle-English
      Translation
      of Palladius
      De Re Rustica
      by
      Markliddell

      The Hengwrt
      Ms. Of Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      by
      Frederick J. Furnivall


      Vol. 1
      Chaucer's the
      Prologue and the
      Knightes Tale
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      Fables of
      ?sop and
      Others
      by
      Aesop

      The Vision and
      Creed of Piers
      Ploughman
      Edited, From a Contemporary Manuscript, With
      a Historical Introduction, Notes, and a Glossary
      by
      Thomas Wright



      Vol. 1 of 2
      Early English
      Poetry, Ballads, and
      Popular Literature
      of the Middle Ages
      Edited From Original Manuscripts
      and Scarce Publications
      by
      Percy Society



      Vol. 26
      The Works of the
      British Poets
      With Prefaces, Biographical and
      Critical; Containing Chaucer, Surrey,
      Wyat, Sackville, and a Glossary
      by
      Robert Anderson



      Vol. 1
      The Hengwrt
      Ms. Of Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      The Court and
      Parliament of Beasts
      Freely Translated From the Animali Parlanti of
      Giambattista Casti; A Poem in Seven Cantos
      by
      William Stewart Rose


      A Hundred
      Fables of
      La Fontaine
      by
      La Fontaine

      Poetical Works of
      Geoffrey Chaucer
      To Which Are Appended
      Poems Attributed to Chaucer
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer



      Vol. 2 of 3
      Poemsby
      Thomas Hoccleve

      The Complete
      Works of
      Geoffrey Chaucer
      The Canterbury Talesby
      Geoffrey Chaucer



      Vol. 4
      Aesop's FablesWith His Life, Morals, and Remarks, Fitted
      for the Meanest Capacities; To Which Are
      Added, Five Other Fables in Prose and Verse
      by
      Aesop


      Poetical Works
      of Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      Edited With a Memoirby
      Robert Bell



      Vol. 1
      Early English
      Poetry, Ballads, and
      Popular Literature
      of the Middle Ages
      Edited From Original Manuscripts
      and Scarce Publications
      by
      Percy Society



      Vol. 25
      Aesop's
      Fables
      by
      Unknown Author

      The Tale
      of Beryn
      With a Prologue of the Merry Adventure of the Pardoner
      With a Tapster at Canterbury; Plans of Canterbury in
      1588, and the Road Thither From London in 1675, &C
      by
      F. J. Furnivall


      Poetical Works
      of Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      Edited With a Memoirby
      Robert Bell



      Vol. 8
      Poetical Works of
      Geoffrey Chaucer
      With Poems Formerly Printed
      With His or Attributed to Him
      by
      Robert Bell



      Vol. 3 of 4
      Poetical Works
      of Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      Vol. 6
      Poetical Works of
      Geoffrey Chaucer
      With Poems Formerly Printed
      With His or Attributed to Him
      by
      Robert Bell



      Vol. 1
      Poetical Works
      of Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      Edited With a Memoirby
      Robert Bell



      Vol. 5
      The Poetical
      Works of
      Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      Vol. 4 of 6
      The Poetical
      Works of
      Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Richard Morris


      Vol. 5
      Fables, Original
      and Selected
      Embellished With Two Hundered
      and Eighty Engravings on Wood
      by
      James Northcote


      The Poetical
      Works of
      Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Richard Morris


      Vol. 6
      Poetical Works
      of Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      Edited With a Memoirby
      Robert Bell



      Vol. 2
      English
      Literature
      Chaucer
      by
      Alfred William Pollard

      Poetical
      Works of With
      a Memoir
      by
      Robert Bell


      Vol. 3
      The Poetical
      Works of
      Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      Vol. 3
      The Poems
      of Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      Vol. 2
      The Canterbury
      Tales of Chaucer
      To Which Are Added, an Essay on
      His Language and Versification, an
      Introductory Discourse, and Notes
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer



      Vol. 2
      Early English
      Poetry, Ballads, and
      Popular Literature
      of the Middle Ages
      Edited From Original Manuscripts
      and Scarce Publications
      by
      Percy Society



      Vol. 12
      Selections
      From Chaucer
      Including His Earlier and His Later,
      Verse and an Example of His Prose
      Edited With an Introduction and Notes
      by
      Clarence Griffin Child


      Flowers
      of Fable
      From Northcote, Aesop, Croxall, Gellert,
      Dodsley, Gay, La Fontaine, Lessing,
      Krasicki, Harder, Merrick, Cowper, Etc
      by
      Unknown Author


      The Canterbury
      Tales of Chaucer
      With an Essay Upon His Language
      and Versification, an Introductory
      Discourse, Notes, and a Glossary
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer



      Vol. 4
      Supplement
      to the Works
      of Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      Vol. 7
      The Laud
      Troy Book
      A Romance of About 1400 A. Dby
      Johann Ernst Wülfing


      The Complete Works
      of John Gower
      Edited From the Manuscripts With
      Introductions, Notes, and Glossaries
      by
      G. C. Macaulay


      The Three Kings'
      Sons (English
      From the French)
      The Text, Edited From Its Unique
      Ms. Harleian 326, About 1500 A. D
      by
      David Aubert



      Vol. 1
      Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      For the Modern Readerby
      Arthur Burrell


      Chaucer's
      Legende of
      Goode Women
      by
      Hiram Chaucer

      The Poems
      of Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      Vol. 1
      Catalogue
      of the Books
      by
      Rorburghe Club

      Fables Calculated for
      the Amusement and
      Instruction of Youth
      Originally Dedicated to a Young
      Prince, for Whose Improvement They
      Were Written Taken From the French
      by
      J. Poole


      Flowers of Fable
      for Children
      With Twenty-Four Engravingsby
      James Northcote


      The Canterbury
      Tales of Chaucer
      With an Essay Upon His Language
      and Versification, an Introductory
      Discourse, Notes, and a Glossary
      by
      T. Tyrwhitt



      Vol. 3
      The Voiage and
      Grabaile, of Sir John
      Maundevile, Kt
      Which Treateth of the Way to Hierusalem; And of
      Marvayles of Inde, With Other Ilands and Countryes;
      With an Introduction, Additional Notes, and Glossary
      by
      J. O. Halliwell


      A Comparative Study
      of the Aesopic Fable
      in Nicole Bozon
      A Dissertation Submitted to the Board of University Studies
      of the Johns Hopkins University in Conformity With the
      Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy
      by
      Philip Warner Harry


      Osbern
      Bokenam's
      Legenden
      by
      Osbern Bokenam

      Poetical Works
      of Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      Edited With a Memoirby
      Geoffrey Chaucer



      Vol. 3
      Lydgate's Reason
      and Sensuality
      Edited From the Fairfax Ms. 16 (Bodleian) And the
      Additional Ms. 29, 729 (Brit. Mus.); The Manuscripts,
      Text (With Side-Notes by Dr. Furnivall), Glossary
      by
      John Lydgate



      Vol. 1
      Fabul? ?sopi
      Select?, or Select
      Fables of ?sop
      With an English Translation, More Literal
      Than Any Yet Extant, Designed for the Readier
      Instruction of Beginners in the Latin Tongue
      by
      Aesop


      The Life and Martyrdom
      of Thomas Beket,
      Archbishop of Canterbury
      From the Series of Lives and
      Legends Now Proved to Have Been
      Composed by Robert of Gloucester
      by
      William Henry Black


      The Cambridge
      Ms. (University
      Library, Gg. 4.
      27) Of Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      by
      Frederick J. Furnivall

      Fabul? ?sopi
      Select?, or Select
      Fables of ?sop
      With an English Translation, More Literal
      Than Any Yet Extant, Designed for the Readier
      Instruction of Beginners in the Latin Tongue
      by
      H. Clarke


      FablesIn Two Volumesby
      John Gay


      Lydgate's Troy
      Book, A. D. 1412-20
      Edited From the Best Manuscripts,
      With Introduction, Notes, and Glossary;
      Prologue, Book I., And Book II
      by
      John Lydgate



      Vol. 1
      Poetical Works
      of Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      Edited With a Memoirby
      Geoffrey Chaucer



      Vol. 7
      The Poetical Works
      of Geoffrey Chaucer
      To Which Are Appended
      Poems Attributed to Chaucer
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer



      Vol. 1 of 3
      Some of
      Aesop's Fables
      With Modern Instances
      Shewn in Designs
      by
      Randolph Caldecott


      Fables, of Aesop
      and Other Eminent
      Mythologists
      With Morals and Reflectionsby
      Roger L'estrange


      Peter Alphonse's
      Disciplina
      Clericalis
      From the Fifteenth Century Worcester
      Cathedral Manuscript F. 172
      by
      Peter Alphonse


      Fabulae Aesopi
      Selectae, or Select
      Fables of Aesop
      With an English Translation, More Literal
      Than Any Yet Extant; Designed for the Readier
      Instruction of Beginners in the Latin Tongue
      by
      H. Clarke


      Fabul? ?sopi
      Select?, Select
      Fables of Aesop
      With an English Translation as Literal as Possible,
      Answering Line for Line Throughout the Roman and
      Italic Characters Being Alternately Used, So That It
      Is Next to an Impossibility for the Student to Mistake
      by
      Aesop


      Fables of Aesop
      and Others
      Translated Into English; With Instructive
      Applications, and a Print Before Each Fable
      by
      Samuel Croxall


      Generydes, a
      Romance in
      Seven-Line Stanzas
      Edited From the Unique Paper Ms. In Trinity
      College, Cambridge (About 1440 A. D.)
      by
      William Aldis Wright


      A Roundel
      With
      Ballades
      by
      Henry Noble Maccracken

      Hoccleve's
      Works
      The Minor Poems in the
      Ashburnham Ms. Addit. 133
      by
      Thomas Hoccleve



      Vol. 2
      Fables, Ancient
      and Modern
      After the Manner of La Fontaineby
      William Wallbeck


      Aesop's FablesAn Anthology of the
      Fabulists of All Countries
      by
      Aesop


      Favourite
      Fables, in Prose
      and Verse
      With Twenty-Four Illustrationsby
      Harrison Weir


      The Fable as a
      Stylistic Test in
      Classical Greek
      Literature
      by
      Herbert Thompson Archibald

      Select
      Fables
      by
      Charles Denis

      Geoffrey Chaucer’s
      Canterbury Tales
      Nach Dem Ellesmere Manuscript Mit
      Lesarten, Anmerkungen Und Einem Glossar
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      The Cambridge
      Ms. DD. 4. 24.
      Of Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      The Harleian Ms.
      7334 of Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      An One-Text
      Print of
      Chaucer's Troilus
      and Criseyde
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      The Fables
      of Aesop
      Translated Into Englishby
      Aesop


      The Harleian Ms.
      7334 of Chaucer's
      Canterbury Tales
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      GenerydesA Romance in Seven-Line Stanzas; Edited
      From the Unique Paper Ms. In Trinity
      College, Cambridge (About 1440 A. D.)
      by
      W. Aldis Wright


      The
      Canterbury
      Tales
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer

      De Liflade
      of St. Juliana
      From Two Old English Manuscripts of 1230
      A. D.; With Renderings Into Modern English
      by
      O. Cockayne


      Second Middle
      English Primer
      Extracts From Chaucer,
      With Grammar and Glossary
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      Chaucer’s
      Canterbury Tales
      The Squire’s Taleby
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      Lydgate's Troy
      Book, A. D. 1412-20
      Edited From the Best
      Manuscripts; Book III
      by
      John Lydgate



      Vol. 2
      The Fables of Aesop
      With His Life
      To Which Is Added Morals and Remarks
      Accommodated to the Youngest Capacities
      by
      Aesop


      Aesop’s
      Fables
      With Upwards of One Hundred
      and Fifty Emblematical Devices
      by
      Aesop


      Poetical Works
      of Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      Vol. 5
      Fables of Aesop and
      Others, Translated
      Into English
      With Instructive Applications,
      and a Print Before Each Fable
      by
      Samuel Croxall


      Select Fables
      of Esop and
      Other Fabulists
      In Three Books by
      Aesop


      Select Fables
      of Esop and
      Other Fabulists
      In Three Booksby
      Robert Dodsley


      The Fables of ?sop,
      With His Life
      To Which Are Added, Morals and Remarks,
      Accommodated to the Youngest Capacities
      by
      Aesop


      Fables by the
      Late Mr. Gay
      by
      John Gay


      Vol. 2
      Fables and
      Satires
      With a Preface on the Esopean Fableby
      Brooke Boothby



      Vol. 2
      The Student's
      Chaucer
      Being a Complete
      Edition of His Works
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      The Poetical
      Works of
      Geoffrey
      Chaucer
      by
      Richard Morris


      Vol. 2
      Fables of
      the Elite
      by
      Dorothy Dix

      Die
      Satzverknüpfung
      Bei Chaucer
      by
      Hermann Eitle

      Selections
      From Chaucer
      Edited by William Allan Neilson
      and Howard Rollin Patch
      by
      Geoffrey Chaucer


      Aesop and
      Hyssop
      Being Fables Adapted and Original
      With the Morals Carefully Formulated
      by
      William Ellery Leonard


      Fables,
      Original and
      Selected
      by
      James Northcote

      The Way to Wealth,
      or Poor Richard's
      Maxims Improved
      To Which Is Added, the Whistle, a True
      Story; And the Advantages of Drunkenness
      by
      Benjamin Franklin


      跑得快现金版