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Fables: Jean de La Fontaine (Korean)
(Crayon House, Ltd.K*ureyong Haus*u, 2003)
I was delighted to find this old friend translated into Korean in the few minutes I had to shop for books in Seoul on this trip. It seems to be a translation and otherwise a reproduction of the beautiful French 1994 version ...
Jean de La Fontaine: Fables
(Gallimard Jeunesse, 2003)
This lovely little book, 6½ x 7½, is a new favorite. My affection for the book starts with the way the cover illustrations are painted onto the page as though they were stickers. These figures include the fox and crow, ...
Fables de La Fontaine
(Magnard Jeunesse, 2003)
This is one of the most delightful La Fontaine books I have seen recently. It shows wit and creativity as its illustrations bring the texts into contemporary life. Each of thirty fables receives a two-page spread in this ...
Les Fables de La Fontaine
(Editions Lito, 2003)
This book seems intermediate between the one presenting forty-one fables in 1992 and one presenting eight fables in 1995--both by Corderoc'h and both published by Lito. This edition presents thirty-three fables on 75 ...
Jean de La Fontaine: Les Fables illustrées par Gabriel Lefebvre
(La Renaissance du Livre, 2003)
I have been in love with Lefebvre's work since his two volumes of La Fontaine's fables done for Casterman in 1986. When I saw this work almost twenty years later, I presumed that it was a reprint in different format of ...
Doré's Illustrations for the Fables of La Fontaine
(Dover Publications, 2003)
Here are all eighty-four full-page plates and thirty-nine of the vignettes from Hachette's original Fables de la Fontaine avec les Dessins de Gustave Dore of 1868. This is a typically well-prepared Dover edition. The ...