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The Fox And The Stork And Other La Fontaine Fables.
(Grolier Society, 1967)
Surprise! When I bought this, I thought it was the 1967 Grolier edition that I already have (Fables of La Fontaine), with illustrations by Gustave Doré. Now that I have brought it home, I see that it contains the lively ...
Fables de Jean de la Fontaine, Tome Premier
(La Belle Édition, 1962)
Bodemann #491. This is an impressive piece of work. It comes about twenty-one years after Collot's fine Aesop of 1941. The special feature of this volume, I think, is the coloring of Collot's woodcuts. According to ...
Fablio the Magician: The Tortoise and the Two Ducks, Adapted from La Fontaine's Fable
(R.L. Cavallere Ltd., Londondistributed by David Gold & Son (Holdings) Ltd., 1969)
Here is an English version of original French work. I now have two of six books in the English series and three in the French. The little tortoise Tillycom is seven months old and quite a terror of a child. She decides ...
Les Fables de la Fontaine
(Djeco Editeur, 1960)
Here is a twelve-page book presenting two fables. Apparently there is a series of three books. One other volume in the series presents FC and OF, while another offers FS and The Cat, the Weasel, and the Little Rabbit. ...
La Fontaine: Fables (Cover: Les Fables de La Fontaine)
This little hardbound booklet includes ten fables in La Fontaine's original verse. There are colorful full-page illustrations for Le Chat, la Belette, et le Petit Lapin; FC; FS; and Le Loup, la Chevre et le Chevreau.
Jean de la Fontaine: Die Fabeln: Gesamtausgabe
(VMA Verlag, 1964)
This is a very compact verse translation of La Fontaine into German. The verse rhymes in various patterns. There is a T of C at the end.
The Lion and the Rat: A Fable by La Fontaine
(Franklin Watts, 1963)
I presumed that I already had a copy of this book but could use a good copy. To my surprise, I have two unusual copies -- a library binding and a paperback -- but not a normal copy. This book was first sold by I. Magnin, ...
Fables de La Fontaine
(Éditions BIAS-PARIS, 1963)
This large-format hard-covered book must be like hundreds of others published regularly in France. This one contains sixteen fables with colorful pictures appealing to children. Here I learned for the first time that in ...
The Rich Man and the Shoe-maker: A Fable by La Fontaine.
(Oxford Univ. Pr.Oxford University Press, 1965)
A beautiful large-format hardbound book in excellent condition. The version used here departs significantly from LaFontaine's text. This version adds--and puts special emphasis on--the children who come out to listen to ...
The North Wind and the Sun: A Fable by La Fontaine.
(Oxford University Press, 1964)
This book differs from the original hardbound version in lacking a dust jacket. What was the dust jacket there has now become the cover here. The publisher has changed from Franklin Watts to Oxford, the place of publication ...