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Fables de la Fontaine
(Alfred Mame et Fils, 1890)
A beautiful little volume, inscribed in Montreal on both sides of its back cover. See the 1890 edition for comments.
The Fables of Jean de la Fontaine
(Dawson's Bookshop, 1759)
An impressive pair of pages with the fable of l' Hymenee et l' Amour. Beautifully boxed and presented. Unfortunately, the Oudry illustration is lacking. Brewer's monograph seems sensible and direct.
Fábulas: La Fontaine.
(Editores Mexicanos Unidos, 1985)
Straightforward presentation of the complete fables in a remarkably compact book, complete with some simple dot illustrations like those in the Aesop editions by the same publisher (1982 and 1985/92). The individual fables ...
Fabeln von La Fontaine
(Alfo Kunstdruck Verlag, 1950)
Here is one of three books in uniform format from Alfo. The other two are Fabeln nach Äsop and Deutsche Fabeln aus dem 16. und 18. Jahrhundert. All have a canvas binding, colored paper covers with a colored illustration ...
Fablio the Magician: The Tortoise and the Two Ducks, Adapted from La Fontaine's Fable
(R.L. Cavallere Ltd., Londondistributed by David Gold & Son (Holdings) Ltd., 1969)
Here is an English version of original French work. I now have two of six books in the English series and three in the French. The little tortoise Tillycom is seven months old and quite a terror of a child. She decides ...
Fables de La Fontaine
(Magnard Jeunesse, 2003)
This is one of the most delightful La Fontaine books I have seen recently. It shows wit and creativity as its illustrations bring the texts into contemporary life. Each of thirty fables receives a two-page spread in this ...
Les Fables de La Fontaine
(Editions Lito, 2003)
This book seems intermediate between the one presenting forty-one fables in 1992 and one presenting eight fables in 1995--both by Corderoc'h and both published by Lito. This edition presents thirty-three fables on 75 ...
Fables: Jean de La Fontaine
(Éd. LitoÉditions Lito, 2004)
The T of C at the end of this large-format book gives the context perfectly. As it shows, there are twenty-seven of La Fontaine's fables here, each illustrated by a different contemporary person. At the bottom of the ...
Fables de la Fontaine
(Albin Michel Jeunesse, 1995)
There are eighteen fables in this oversize book. The first and last of the eighteen have three pages. All others have two, and the layout of these two pages is formulaic. On the left page is a title, La Fontaine's text, ...
Fables de La Fontaine, No. 2
I already have one copy of this book and record, acquired from endingsandbeginnings through eBay in August of 2005. Now I have found a fresher copy with a separate record jacket and different book covers. This front ...