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Les Fables de La Fontaine
(Éditions de la Fontaine au Roi, 1988)
"Here is a good showcasing of both Doré and La Fontaine, whom the back cover of the dust jacket here calls "la suprème manifestation du génie français." "Texte integral" is on the dust jacket and title page. The reproductions ...
La Fontaine Fables
(Editions LitoÉditions Lito, 1983)
I have some twelve editions published by Lito over the years. They are illustrated by five differente artists: Christian Aubron, Corderoc'h, Maya Filip, Monique Gorde, and Sophie Toussaint. Now here is a thirteenth by a ...
Tableaux des XIXe et Xxe Siècles, Sculptures Vente a Paris Drouot Montaigne
(Ader Picard Tajan, 1988)
Here is a catalogue for an exhibit/sale that included individual items from the 1961 La Fontaine: 20 Fables published in Monaco and printed in Paris. See my description of the copy in the collection under that date. Here ...
Los Animales y la Peste: Fábula de La Fontaine
(La Galera, S.A. Editorial, 1984)
This is the second book I have found in what seems to be a series of sixteen fables by La Galera; the other is El Gallo, la Zorra y el Perro: Fábula de Esopo, listed here as #9 in the series, while this book is #15. Lively ...
Fables de La Fontaine: Texte intégral et preface avec 358 Illustrations de Grandville
(Hasso Ebeling, 1984)
This is a huge book in large format (about 9 x 12) running to 640 pages and many pounds! All for under $10! The paper is foxing around the edges. The advantage of this book by comparison with almost all other Grandville ...
Fábulas de La Fontaine
(Editorial Quinto Centenario: Auriga; Danfel, S.A., 1985)
It is difficult to place this book geographically. I believe that Editorial Quinto Centenario is in Argentina, but this book seems to have publishers in Spain and Uruguay. This hardbound book in fair condition has 158 ...