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Fables de la Fontaine N°2
(Imagerie Pellerin, 1982)
Here is the second volume accompanying a similar Pellerin reprint from the same year. Again two black-and-white illustrations bracket fifteen full-page colored illustrations. TH (14) is not only one of the liveliest ...
La Fontaine: Fables
(La Pochothèque: Le Livre de Poche, 1985)
Eighteen months after I picked up this book, I discover that it has the Oudry illustrations! From all I can tell, they are all there. How lovely! There are also over two hundred pages of notes in the back. I am afraid ...
La Fontaine: Fables: Texte intégral
(Hachette S.A., 1984)
This is as straightforward a text of La Fontaine as can be found. There are no notes, no illustrations, and no commentary. There is an AI at the back. The red cloth cover, with a crease across the upper right corner, ...
Fables: La Fontaine: Tome 2
Only the cover and later printing date seem to distinguish this printing from that of 1964. See my comments there.
Cinquante fables de Jean de La Fontaine
(Aux dépens de Claude Tchou pour T.M.T.M., 1988)
The existence of this book is news to me. I consider myself lucky to have found it on eBay. Génot-Boulanger writes a pointed two-page prologue. He rightly asserts that La Fontaine is mostly 1) a children's book that is ...
La Fontaine: Fables, Tome II, Livres VII à XII
(Imprimerie Nationale, 1985)
Bodemann #576.1. Marie Hugo's illustrations seem very familiar, but I cannot find them elsewhere in this collection. The comments in Bodemann are, as often, illuminating. There are fourteen full-page colored illustrations, ...
Fables de La Fontaine
(Éditions BIAS-PARIS, 1963)
This large-format hard-covered book must be like hundreds of others published regularly in France. This one contains sixteen fables with colorful pictures appealing to children. Here I learned for the first time that in ...