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Fables de Florian, Suivies de Tobie et de Ruth
(Garnier Frères, 1850)
At last I have a worthy copy of this classic. The strange thing now is that I can find no reference to it in the literature. Hobbs, Bodemann, Schiller, and my favorite private collector seem to know nothing of this book. ...
Fables de M. de Florian
(Delarue Librarie-éditeur,Delarue, Libraire-Éditeur, 1850)
As was true of the LaFontaine edition I have from the same publisher, I cannot find this work in Bodemann, though Pauquet is mentioned four times there for other editions. There is no mention in Bodemann of either Emy or ...
Fables de Florian. Églogues et Contes en Vers
(Librairie pittoresque de la jenunesseLibrairie pittoresque de la jeunesse, 1852)
The title goes on: Ruth, Tobie, Le Chien d'Espagne, Le Chien de Chasse. I am delighted to see Wolfgang Metzner agree with my impression that the fable illustrations here often imitate Grandville (Bodemann, #321,1). His ...
Fables Choisies de la Fontaine.
(Vanlinthout et Cie, 1852)
My first book published in Louvain. A cursory examination suggests that almost all of LaFontaine's fables are here. Additional selections include fourteen from Florian, eleven from Abbé Reyre, and nine from others. This ...