Be off! be off! for the iron wolf is coming.
E. W. Mitchell, from Cossack fairy tales and folk-tales, selected, edited and translated by Robert Nisbet Bain, London, 1894.
My mother, who has always been a bit of a quaintrelle…
J-J. Grandville, from Vie privée et publique des animaux (Public and Private Life of Animals), under the direction of P. J. Stahl, Paris, 1867.
Go away! cried the fisherman.
Carlo Chiostri, from Le avventure di Pinocchio, storia di un burattino (The adventures of Pinocchio; story of a puppet), by Carlo, Collodi, Florence, 1902.
Swallow’s chubby body shot squarely through the opening.
Harrison Fisher, from The day of the dog, by George Barr McCutcheon, New York, 1904.
The hounds behind their passage ply.
Charles Edmund Brock, from The lady of the lake, by Walter Scott, London, 1904.
Study of hounds.
From Rosa Bonheur, sa vie, son œuvre (Rosa Bonheur, her life and works), by Anna Klumpke, Paris, 1909.
Pour de l’argent les chiens dansent (Dogs will dance for money).
Jean-Jacques Grandville, from Cent proverbes (one hundred proverbs), collective work, Paris, 1845.