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Bajky LaFontaineovy S Obrazky Doreovymi
(Kral. VinohradyKrál. Vinohrady, 1928)
Seventy-two fables on 72 pages, with a T of C at the end. This paperbound volume has a nice oval portait of La Fontaine on its cover. It is in only fair condition, and its binding is deteriorating.
Fables de la Fontaine
A 20-page children's book of intermediate size (7½ x 6) with stiff covers. The four fables enclosed are pictured on the endpapers: FC, OF, Le Heron, and TH. As far as I can tell, this little edition does not coincide--or ...
Trois Fables de La Fontaine
(Imprimerie W.M. Cheney[W.M. Cheney], 1965)
Certainly one of my smallest books at less than one-and-a-half inches by less than one-and-an-eighth! GA, FC, and FG are each illustrated with a page or two of strong--if small!--brown illustrations. The full-page figures ...
Les Fables de la Fontaine
(API Limited, 1992)
There are just two fables in this large hardbound children's book: WC and TT. The texts are simplified prose versions of La Fontaine. The text pages are surrounded by animals, and in the illustrations the main characters ...
(Éditions de L'Abeille d'Or, 1900)
Here is a small (3¼ x 4¼) and very fragile paperbound booklet of 169 pages featuring a selection of La Fontaine's fables. There is a T of C at the back. Many of the pages are uncut. There seem to be no selections after ...
La Fontaine I
(Presses de la Cité, 1956)
This little book shows FC in an oval on its blue cover. The cover illustration is especially lively. The fables presented are FC, WL, UP, TH, and Le Coche et la Mouche.
La Fontaine: Fables, Tome II
(Libraire-Editeur Papyria Soc. An., 1946)
Here is a major triumph and a major stroke of luck. Earlier this year, I catalogued Volume I of this two-volume edition and mentioned that it set me on a search for the other volume. How lucky I am to have found it on ...
Fables de la Fontaine
(Éditions G. P., 1950)
I have two later booklets depicting La Fontaine's fables by Sabran, both in La Bibliothèque Rouge et Bleue from this same publisher. I like Sabran's work! Here there is some overlap in the twelve fables illustrated in ...
Five Fables of La Fontaine
(Grolier Society, 1967)
Surprise! When I bought this, I thought it was the 1967 Grolier edition that I already have, The Fox and the Stork And Other La Fontaine Fables, with its illustrations by Boutet de Monvel. Of course, when I found that ...
La Fontaine: Fables. (Outside title: la Tortue et les deux canards: Fables de La Fontaine)
(Librairie de HachetteLibrarie Hachette, 1967)
Three fables are announced on the title-page of this kids' book: the title story, MM, and Le Renard et le Bouc. The first two are switched in order. The La Fontaine text is unchanged. As with all of Simon's work, the ...