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Dix-neuf Fables de La Fontaine
(Comedie-Française 1680Éditions Montparnasse, 2005)
This is the booklet of 36 pages containing the nineteen fables presented in the Comedie-Française version of Fables de La Fontaine directed by Robert Wilson. The booklet contains the nineteen French texts and short notes ...
LaFontaine: Fables Choisies
(Tresor du PatrimoineTrésor du Patrimoine, 2005)
Here is an excellent reproduction of a book first produced by Plon, Nourrit & Cie in 1888. It has a beautiful green cloth cover with a pasted-on procession of La Fontaine leading animals and even two pots. Inside there ...
Le loup et l'agneau
This is one of six books in a series. I am sorry to have missed the series. Now only a couple of volumes are available, and they are very expensive! The pamphlet offers delightful cartoons, starting with the front-cover ...
Monsieur de La Fontaine le lièvre ne vous dit pas merci
(Éditions Thierry Magnier, 2005)
This book is fun. It works off of La Fontaine's TH, reprinted on the back endpaper. The hare is depressed. He feels as though everyone is laughing at him. He despises La Fontaine; a clever illustration on 20 shows him ...
The League of Rats and Other Fables
(Tome Press, 2005)
32 pages. Black-and-white. What a curious piece! Was this really meant as the first issue of regular magazine? In any case, this pamphlet collects all of La Fontaine's fables dealing with rats and mice. Each fable has ...