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Trois Fables de La Fontaine
Here is an extra copy of this little book. Exceptionally sharp colored illustrations in this small pamphlet of WL, le Loup devenu berger, and MSA. At the end of the latter, the illustration has the miller, son, and ...
Die Fabeln des Jean de LaFontaine
(Georg MuellerGeorg Müller, 1911)
A magnificently preserved book. Eighty-two fables done in nicely rhyming German, with about thirty small reproductions of Oudry interspersed. T of C at rear.
Fables frae the French in Braid Scots
(Andrew Baxendine, 1912)
Who would ever have known that this book existed? T of C at the beginning identifies the French source for each of the 108 fables. The Scots vocabulary makes reading here tough. There are nice advertisements inside the ...
Jean de la Fontaine: Selected Fables
(George Braziller, Inc., 1957)
A new edition, without any acknowledgement of the Quadrangle Press original of 1948. Note that one extra copy cost me as much as the original eventually would cost. I see little change from the original here. This is a ...
Fábulas: La Fontaine.
(Editores Mexicanos Unidos, 1985)
Here is a second extra copy, this one of the fourth reprinting, dated in 1993. Straightforward presentation of the complete fables in a remarkably compact book, complete with some simple dot illustrations like those in ...
Les Fables de la Fontaine (No. 2)
(Éditions Lito, 1972)
Here is the second of two extra copies of this book. A propos of the book published as Fables de la Fontaine (No. 1) in 1972 I wrote that there was now a Fables de la Fontaine (No. 2) in the series. The first La Fontaine ...
Les Fables de la Fontaine (No. 1)
(Éditions Lito, 1972)
Here is an extra copy of this book in fair condition. This book represents, I believe, a later version of a similar volume I have listed under 1970? Both have Lito 40341 on the front cover. This copy adds a large 1 on ...
Choix de Fables de la Fontaine 1
(Editions Chagor, 1950)
Here is an extra copy of this booklet. This is a memorable squarish book, just over 8 and just less than 8 wide. Mallet's work is unique, and that quality makes the book memorable. In its 24 pages, six fables are ...
Mes Premieres Fables
(Editions Hemma, 1992)
Here is an extra copy of this book. The presentation of the nineteen fables in this little book for young children serves only to indicate that Europeans can make the same mistake we do of making fables cute. Here ...
Fables de la Fontaine
(Maison Alfred Mame et Fils, 1926)
An instant favorite! I had never known of this book, which is not in Bassy. It is in good condition except for a weakening spine and some damage to the cover. Sixty fables with a T of C at the end. Sixteen full-page ...