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Fables de Florian
(P. Rouquette, Éditeur, 1882)
This is a fine little (4¼ x 6?) book of Florian's fables with a lovely binding of leather and marbled boards. Its special quality is its illustrations (about 2¼ x 1½) in three states, separated by slipsheets. The ...
The Fables of Florian
(John B. Alden, 1888)
T of C at the beginning. Fifty-one fables, preceded by a useful introduction to Florian (1755-94). Two Travellers (14) is often presented as Aesopic. Grandville's illustrations are always wonderful. One of the best ...
Florian: Fables, Précédées d'une Étude sur la Fable, Suivies de Tobie et de Ruth et Accompagnées de Notes
(Librairie Hachette et Cie, 1881)
I am surprised to learn that this handy little volume is my first Hachette copy of Florian. The five books of fables seem to be all there on this book's 140 pages, with an AI at the back and a few simple designs along the way.