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Fables: Jean de La Fontaine
(Albin Michel, 1994)
It would be hard to exaggerate the merits of this beautiful book. The fun starts with the cover picture of bookshelves with figurines of two pots, a tortoise and a hare, and a fox and a crow around a pensive La Fontaine ...
Fables de La Fontaine
A beautiful sideways book. Chauveau was a sculptor and writer who did these works in the 20's; they were never published. His grandson writes perceptively in the introduction: Precision du trait, sobriété et apparente ...
Jean de La Fontaine: Favole
(Newton Compton editori, 1994)
The combination of Grandville and Doré is excellent, and the reproduction of them is surprisingly good for so economical a book. This book was found for me in a new-book shop on the main street from downtown towards the ...
Les Fables de La Fontaine
(M.F.G. Creations, 1994)
Here is a 17-page stapled pamphlet with exceptionally stiff paper. The book gives a two-page spread to each of the eight fables listed on the back cover: GA, MM, OF, WL, FC, TH, TMCM, and Le Cheval et l'Âne. La Fontaine's ...
Tante Favole: Jean de la Fontaine
(Giunti Gruppo Editoriale, 1994)
The original, published by Giunti-Bemporad Marzocco in 1974, was titled Fables choisies. Forty-three of La Fontaine's fables are presented here in prose for children under ten years of age. There are ten full-page ...
Jean de La Fontaine: Fables Choisies
(Editions HemmaÉd. Hemma, 1994)
This is a twenty-page oversized book with lively contemporary illustrations, starting with two critters (who look much like the city and country rats) reading a propped-up old book on the lawn. Fables included are TMCM, ...