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Ad Iambum Ut Carolum Pererium V. Cl. admoneat Fabulam iamdudum promissam in lucem edere
(Andreae Cramoisy, 1686)
Here is a strange little eight-page pamphlet that seems to be a dialogue between two fabulists, Carolus Pererius and Joannes Comirius, S.J. At first there is an introduction and then a fable, Mus, Feles, & Muscipula, that ...
Labyrinte de Versailles
(Nicolaus Visscher, 1683)
Finding this book was a terrific surprise! Laurence Veyrier had shown me a number of fable books. As I finished, she mentioned offhand that I probably would not be interested in the Versailles labyrinth. I have looked ...
Fables d'Esope, avec les Figures de Sadeler
(Pierre Auboyn, Pierre Emery, & Charles Clouzier, 1689)
Here is the French translation of the original German "Theatrum Morum" of 1608, published by Paul Sesse in Prag. The illustrations, however lovely, are done "after" Sadeler, not by him. After a signed frontispiece offering ...