"Fábulas literarias" (Literary Fables) is a collection of fables (stories with moral, with animals and objects as characters) written in verse by Tomás de Iriarte, a Spanish writer of the Enlightenment best known for this work. The fables were published in 1782, although they were written with some of the writer's "enemies" in mind, they criticize and satirize human traits that we can find nowadays and the remain actual. "El burro flautista" (The Flutist Donkey) and "Los dos conejos" (The Two Rabbits) are two of the best known fables included here. Also included are 9 posthumous fables.
I created the PDF from the Cervantes Virtual Library text, with pdflatex. The book is nicely formatted and typeset, with table of contents, numbered lines, etc. It's also proofread. It has minimal margins, and 9pt font size ("-ss" stands for small screen), it may be too small for some people, but the source files are available on request if someone wants to try different settings.
I also added a "pagebar" to the top of every page, which marks the progress on the whole book and I hope is unobtrusive and helpful enough.
Any kind of feedback is welcome.
EDIT (v2): Fixed some punctuation and spelling.
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