The Macmillan Company, 1919. Macmillan Company (1919). Olive green cloth at spine. No DJ. When Noble, the great lion-king, holds court during the Feast of the Pentecost, all the animals tell the king of their grievances against Reynard the fox. The list of sins and crimes is almost as long as the list of animals present. First to complain is Isengrim the wolf, whose children have been made blind by the crafty fox. Panther tells how Reynard promised the hare that he would teach him his prayers, but when the hare stood in front of Reynard as he was instructed, Reynard grabbed him by the throat and tried to kill him. Reynard had approached Chanticleer the rooster disguised as a monk, saying that he would never eat flesh again, but when Chanticleer relaxed his vigilance over his flock and believed the villain, Reynard grabbed Chanticleer’s children and ate them. very good / NO DJ. Item #1080
The Macmillan Company Copyright, 1919, by John Masefield. Set up and electrotyped. Published October 1919. Very Good, solid, clean no writing, a few brown spots at back-end paper, text vibrant. Christmas gift label with writing on front end paper. Olive green cloth at spine. No DJ.