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Fables Choisies Mises en Vers par Jean de la Fontaine
(Le Livre Contemporain, 1943)
Deluermoz died in November of 1943. He had finished lithographs for the first twenty-five of the fifty fables of La Fontaine here. The last twenty-five, according to the colophon, have been illustrated after Deluermoz' ...
Fables de La Fontaine Avec Notes
(Chez Crapelet, 1830)
Bodemann 268.1. This is a small book, about 3 x 4½. As the comment there points out, this is the first edition with Crapelet's notes. The remark there that all the poems are divided up into five-line sections seems ...
Fables de la Fontaine
(S.A.M. Editions VedetteÉditions Vedette, 1954)
Pictorial boards, the front presenting a collection of Aesopic characters and the back the thirty-five titles that had appeared to date in the Collection Bleuet. AI at the back. The book is 191 pages long and measures a ...
Kurbaga Ile Korkak Tavsan
(Bu YayineviBu Yayınevi, 1991)
Here is an engaging visual presentation of The Hare and the Frogs. In this version, the hare seems not to be under attack and so fleeing to the water but rather thirsty and going to get a drink. He does, however, seem ...
De Krekel en de Mier/De Eland en de Wolf
(Jurjen de Vries bv, 1994)
I have three other books in similar format. I have two out of the eight that make up the French set. I have one out of the six that make up the German set. This set is different in that it includes two fables in one ...
Fables de J. LaFontaine, Édition Variorum
(Charpentier, Libraire-ÉditeurG. Charpentier et cie., 1858)
It is the variorum notes that distinguish this edition of La Fontaine's fables. The notes contain a number of passages from various commentators and other writers. Otherwise this seems to be a straightforward edition of ...
Fables de la Fontaine
(Lebigre Frères, 1835)
Here is a little (3½ x 5½) book beautifully bound in leather with a gold title on the cover and spine. Its title-page contains the claim: Dans laquelle on aperçoit d'un coup-d'oeil la moralité de la fable. Here this ...
(Insel Verlag, 1935)
Here is a lovely Insel-Library volume from, I am sure, before World War II. It has Anne's own notes on FC written into the margins (5). The original dealer was G. Delffs Buchhandlung in Pforzheim. The script of Etzel's ...
Jean de la Fontaine: Die Fabeln: Gesamtausgabe
(VMA Verlag, 1964)
This is a very compact verse translation of La Fontaine into German. The verse rhymes in various patterns. There is a T of C at the end.
Fables Choisies Mises en Vers par J. de la Fontaine: Nouvelle Edition Gravée en taille-douce, Vol. III
This is a curious set of six volumes, beautifully bound, replicating the Fessard edition of 1765-75, as the colophon near the end of the book points out. This third volume (Books 5 and 6) was published in 1768. I can ...