WISE AND OTHERWISE by Anne Marie Jauss


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These are good. They are proverbs and their interpretations humorously drawn by the author from the world of big, frank animals are given their own quality by not trying to be more than what they simply are. Most are of English origin. ""A good dog deserves a good bone"", shows a sublime setter with a large one. Two staring rabbits evading a peering fox bears out that, ""Four eyes see more than two"". ""One sheep follows another"", and there they are leaping over rocks and into a pond. Russet and yellow orange spreads with vigour and expressive line will get looked at over and over.

Pub Date: Feb. 27th, 1953
Publisher: McKay