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Quelques Fables de Florian
(Laboratoires BouilletR. Dacosta, 1938)
Thirty-five fables, each with one or two pleasant black-and-white illustrations, followed by an epilogue. (The two non-pictured fables are together on 55.) There are also five unnumbered colored pages inserted at the ...
Fables de Florian II
(Éditions Studio Raber, 1947)
A lovely little book in a set of two, 4¾ x 4¼. Fifty-two fables plus an epilogue, with ten very nice two-color illustrations. These latter are: Le Renard Deguisé (6), Le Renard qui preche (16), L'Aigle et la Colombe (16), ...
Fables de Florian I
(Editions du Studio RaberÉditions Studio Raber, 1947)
A lovely little book in a set of two, 4¾ x 4¼. Fifty-five fables and ten very nice two-color illustrations. These latter are: La Fable et la Verité (6), Le Roi et les deux Bergers (20), Le Calife (20), La Mort (30), Le ...
Phosphatine Falières Trade Cards
(Edite par la Phosphatine FalièresPhosphantine Falières, 1910)
This is a handmade book containing 22 of 24 trade cards issued by Phosphatine Falières presenting Florian's fables. Cards 1 and 10 are missing. As it happens, I have twenty-two of the cards of this series; all twenty-two ...
(The Hillside Press, 1970)
Nicely executed miniature. Nine fables, each with an illustration. The translator is the same as in my 1888 version. Florian's fables still strike me as preachy: there is little action and plenty of moralizing talk.
(Ernest Flammarion, Éditeur, 1937)
This is a simple, straightforward paperbound collection of Florian's fables without illustration and with a preface by Honoré Bonhomme. There is one mystery about this book. The standard collections of Florian's fables ...