14 FEBRUARY 1880, Page 24

Tales front Ariosto, Retold for Children. By a Lady. (C.

Kegan and Co.)—The " children " should find these tales entertaining, though possibly, especially in the case of the last of the three, the " Tale of Ruggiero and Bradamante," a little complicated. If they should be at all of a larger growth, they will note with interest the imitation of the ancient Classics,:as of the episode of Nisus and Euryalus, and the like.