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Le Favole di La Fontaine
(Emmerre Libri, s.r.l., 1996)
Here is a very large pamphlet of sixteen pages remarkable for its slick bright illustrations. Included are The Proud Mule, The Wolf Versus the Fox Before Judge Monkey, The Larks and Their Mother, DLS, and The Ass, the ...
Fables de La Fontaine en dialecte alsacien
(Amicale des anciens élèves du Collège de Matzenheim et Le Verger Editeur, 1996)
This is a very sturdy and well-built book of 112 pages. It contains about thirty-six fables in Alsacian. I can make out about three-quarters of what is being communicated, because the language is so close to colloquial ...
Fables de La Fontaine Illustrées par Poussin.
(Editions ZoeGeneva: Éditions Zoé/Paris: Archimbaud, 1996)
One of the most busy and turbulent books I have seen lately. What a contrast with, say, the work of Philippe Mignon (1995)! Is this art in the style of Maus Magazine? Each of twenty-eight fables gets a full-page, splashy, ...