Context of A moral fable-talk : that is to say, a most delectable garden of moral philosophy, conveyed in fables, by speeches attributed to brute beasts, Arthur Golding ; transcribed and edited from the autograph manuscript (c. 1586) in the Columbia University Library with an introduction, notes and glossary by Richard G. Barnes ; now first published with etchings by Marcus Gheeraerts from Mythologia ethica of Arnold Freitag (1579), the source in Latin for this translation