Bryn Mawr Classical Review featured A. E. Stallings' The Battle Between the Frogs and the Mice calling it, "A delightful surprise . . . Clever puns and plays-on-words punctuate the translation and the introduction . . . There is something Carrollian in Stallings’ taste for puns and in the lightness of her translation as a whole . . . Grant Silverstein’s gracious etchings of animals and gods evoke well-known drawings by Renaissance artists like Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, and provide a lively visual counterpart to the narrative."

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