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1960 New York Henry Z. Walck Exploits of Don Quixote James Reeves ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 12 chapter illustrations in color (one placed as frontis), an illustrated title page, 21 black and white headpieces, seven black and white tailpieces and 31 black and white vignettes designed by Edward Ardizzone. It also contains a decorated dust jacket and end papers in color.
Description: Printed in England by Blackie and Sons.
1969 London and New York Paul Hamlyn Don Quixote Guido Waldman ENG 1 F d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Includes one illustrated title page, 50 vignettes, and 7 chapter illustrations, all in color, by Maria Calati; also with pictorial dust jacket and end papers. Same illustrations first published in Novara: Instituto Geografico de Agostino, 1964.
Description: Abridged edition adapted for children.
1979 Garden City, NY Doubleday The Knight and the Squire: a Retelling of the Adventures of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza Argentina Palacios ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated by Ray Cruz, pictorial cover in color.
Description: Abridged and adapted for young readers.
1980 New York Methuen The Adventures of Don Quixote J. M. Cohen ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated with 210 drawings by George Him, pictorial covers.
Description: Children's edition abridged by Olive Jones.
1986 Morristown, N.J. Silver Burdett Press How I Cured Don Quixote by Doctor Sancho Panza Gaëtan Evrard ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Includes one illustrated title page and 21 illustrations (11 double pages) by Gaëtan Evrard; also with pictorial front and back covers, dust jacket, and end papers; all in color (first published in Paris-Gembloux: Duculot, 1986).
Description: English translation by Paula Franklin of "Comment J´ai Gueri Don Quichotte par le Docteur Sancho Panza" (Paris-Gembloux: Duculot, 1986).
1992 New York Charles Scribners Sons Don Quixote and Sancho Panza Margaret Hodges ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: 1 frontispiece in color, 7 chapter illustrations in color, 15 vignettes (10 b/w and 5 in color), 6 headpieces, and 6 tailpieces by Stephen Marchesi; also with illustrated dust jacket in color .
Description: Text adaptation in 6 chapters by Margaret Hodges.
1995 Oxford Oxford University Press Don Quixote Michael Harrison ENG 1 4to d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated by Victor G. Ambrus. Pictorial covers.
Description: First published in 1995. This is a paperback edition. Adapted and retold for young readers by Michael Harrison.
2009 London Candlewick Don Quixote Martin Jenkins ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated by Chris Riddell. Pictorial cover.
Description: First edition. Published in Candlewick Illustrated Classics.
2012 Newark, DE Lingua Text The Misadventures of Don Quixote Tom Lathrop ENG 1 4to d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrations by Jack Davis.
Description: Children's adaptation as retold by Tom Lathrop.
c1900 Amsterdam H. J. W. Becht Don Quichot van La Mancha S. J. Barentz-Schönberg DUT 1 8vo d. Children's Editions P53237 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains four b/w chapter illustrations, a b/w headpiece and 44 b/w vignettes by Willy Planck. Also with decorated front cover and spine in color. Same illus. first published in Stuttgart: Gustav Weise's Verlag, c1910 (with 49 b/w illus. plus four in color). Same illustrations are in Torino: Paravia, 1912 (plus four illustrations in color).
Description: First edition. Children's abridged edition.
1954 Antwerpen L. Opdebeek Uitgever Don Quichotte DUT 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Comic in 326 b/w vignettes by Jan Waterschoot, also with a color pictorial cover and an illustrated title page.
Description: Adaptation by Anke Maris. Comic book published "in Meesterwerken in Beeld" series.
1830 Paris Ledoyen, Libraire, Palais-Royal Le Don Quichotte de la jeunesse, ou l'admirable histoire du héros de la Mancha... A. J. Sanson FRE 2 12mo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes designed by Louis Choquet and engraved by Suxinot and nine chapter illustrations placed as frontispieces designed by Choquet and engraved by Johann Baptist Pfitzer (4), Lejeune (2), Jean François Pourvoyeur (1) and Monceau (1) (one unsigned). Same plates first used for Paris: Delongchamps, 1824.
Description: Early adaptation for young readers, not in Ashbee, Rius or Palau. Text "réduite aux seuls faits ou ils ont véritablement figuré".
1845 Paris Langlumé et Peltier, Editeurs Don Quichotte en estampes mis à la portée des enfants par Mme. Wetzell Mme. Wetzell FRE 1 12mo oblong d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Contains nine hand-colored chapter illustrations by unknown designer and engraver; decorative cover.
Description: Very rare children's album. Not in Rius, Palau or Suñé.
1847 Paris E. Ducrocq Aventures de Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin, as rev. by l'Abbé Lejeune FRE 1 4to d. Children's Editions S640; G784; RR394; A410 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece and 19 illustrations (five about Saint Martin's Continuation) designed by Célestin François Nanteuil-Leboeuf (frontis + six), Louis-Pierre-René Demoraine or De Moraine (9) and Frederic Bouchot (4) and engraved by François Auguste Trichon (frontis + 9), E. Bernard (2), Jean Achille Pouget (5), Budzilowicz (2) and Bertrand (1). Same illustrations first appeared in Paris: P. C. Lehuby, 1845.
Description: This is a revised text of the 1845 edition of both parts in one volume: "Nouvelle edition et nouvelle traduction". Published in "Librairie de l'enfance et de la jeunesse".
1852 Paris and Limoges Chez Martial Ardant Frères Le Don Quichotte de Cervantes H. Bouchon Dubournial FRE 1 8vo d. Children's Editions A222; S652; P52828 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes a portrait engraved by Auguste Henri Berthoud (Cervantes as soldier), four chapter illustrations engraved by Clemarec and eight unsigned vignettes newly-engraved after Agustín Navarro (1), Robert Smirke (1) and Richard Westall (6) appearing in London: Hurst, Robinson and Co., 1820 and Paris: Clarey, 1847.
Description: Ed. revised by L'Abbé Paul Jouhanneaud. Abridged edition of both parts for young readers for the "Librairie des bons livres".
1859 Limoges Martial Ardant Frères Don Quichotte de la jeunesse René D´Isle FRE 1 8vo d. Children's Editions A240; S663 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes four chapter illustrations (one placed as frontis) by unknown designer and engraver. Same illustrations first appeared in Paris: Ch. Warée, 1844.
Description: Abridged and adapted edition for young readers.
1859 Paris Librairie de L. Hachette et Cie. Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche FRE 1 8vo small d. Children's Editions P52842; A225 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two chapter illustrations, one as frontispiece and 52 vignettes designed by Albert d'Arnoux 'Bertall' and Eugène-Hippolyte Forest and engraved by Midderigh, Charles Maurand, Jean Achille Pouget, Minne, François Pierdon, Pannemaker (Adolphe François Pannemaker?), Jules-Jean-Marie-Joseph Huyot, Follin, Noël Eugène Sotain and Edmond Joseph Charles Meunier (not always signed). Those 12 illustrations designed by Forest and engraved by Pouget first appeared in Paris: Hachette, 1853 (17 illustrations in total). Ashbee mentions an engraver called "Pilleyon", but is Pierdon; neither is "Midderich", but Midderigh. Also in Paris: Hachette, 1863 (64 illustrations in total), 1866, 1868, 1870, and 1874; and Stuttgart: Verlag von A. Krönen, 1870.
Description: First edition. Abridged edition of both parts in 28 chapters for young readers.
c1862 Paris Louis Janet/Magnin, Blanchard et Cie. Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Fillleau de Saint Martin FRE 1 4to d. Children's Editions A245; S665; RR375 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 28 chapter illustrations designed (?) by Albert (P. or D. Albert) and lithographed by Godard. "A set of little merit" (Ashbee). "Las láminas en color, de Albert, son malas en cuanto a la interpretación de la novela y la representación de sus personajes" (Río y Rico).
Description: Abridged edition for children published as part of the Librairie Louis Janet, printed at Angers. 1st edition. "Edición bien impresa y presentada" (Río y Rico).
c1863 Paris Garnier Frères Le Don Quichotte de la jeunesse Florian FRE 1 4to small d. Children's Editions A251; S671; P52854 TAMU
Illustrations: This edition includes a vignette in the title page (unsigned), eight chapter illustrations, 105 headpieces and 69 tailpieces designed by Pierre Gustave Eugène Staal and engraved in wood by Eugène Mouard, Pannemaker (Adolphe François Pannemaker &/or Stéphane Pannemaker), Midderigh, Laurent Hotelin, Navellier & L. Marie, Brugnot, M. Lambert, and Andrew, Best & Leloir. Many unsigned, many after Johannot and many probably not originally engraved for this edition (generic scenes).
Description: New edition, bound by Paul Souze, with decorations and ornaments in gold.
c1866 Paris Arnauld de Vresse Don Quichotte FRE 1 8vo d. Children's Editions A217 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an illustrated title page and 21 chapter illustrations lithographed in color by Ricard after Edmond Morin's designs (first appearing in Paris: Chez Auber, 1850).
Description: Album of 15 numbered pages with brief captions; very rare edition.
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