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The Fables of La Fontaine (Flowered Cover)
(H.M. Caldwell Company, 1881)
This book repeats in all but two respects an edition with the same bibliographical information. First, it has a lovely floral cover, part of which is done against a white leatherette background. Secondly, the H.M. Caldwell ...
Select Fables of La Fontaine With English Notes
(Whittaker and Co./Bell and Daldy, 1864)
This schoolbook offers one-hundred-and-twenty fables with extensive English notes. There are four pages of advertisements at either end of the book. Formerly the property of the Department of Romance Languages at the ...
Fables Inédites des XIIe, XIIIe et XIVe Siècles et Fables de la Fontaine
(Etienne Cabin, 1825)
A treasurehouse in a volume in surprisingly good condition. Robert's claim is to have collected, with each LaFontaine fable, the Greek, Latin, French, Italian, Spanish, German, English, Dutch, and Oriental treatments of ...
Fables de La Fontaine Enrichies de Gravures
(J.B. Rolland & Fils, 1890)
This is one of the legion of French editions whose title-page claims dans laquelle on aperçoit d'un coup d'oeil la moralité de la fable. It is an undistinguished 306-page text for students with a T of C at the end except ...
Fables Choisies de La Fontaine
(William R. Jenkins Co., 1892)
There are fifty fables with helpful notes in this small school reader. T of C at the end. The seller, Tom Hopper, noted wistfully that he would like to learn French and Latin to read books like these.
Fables de J. de la Fontaine
(Bernardin-Béchet et Fils, 1869)
This little volume is identical, except for its cover, with later volumes I have Urbino in Boston in 1870 and from Bernardin-Béchet et Fils in Paris in 1875. (There may be some small changes in the 1885 printing from the ...
Fables de J. de la Fontaine
This little volume is identical, except for its cover, with volumes I have from Urbino in Boston in 1870 and from Bernardin-B�chet et Fils in Paris in 1869, 1875, and 1885. The outstanding features of this copy by contrast ...
Fables de La Fontaine
(Alfred Mame et Fils, 1870)
A fine little book with 240 small, very good imitations of Grandville's illustrations. It takes close looking to see how the wood-engraver departs from Grandville. AI at the back. The first illustration is slightly ...
The Fables of La Fontaine
(Cassel Petter and Galpin,Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, 1868)
Might this be the first edition of the English-language edition of Doré that Anne Stevenson Hobbs praises (100), especially for its large print and generous format? She lists 1868 as its date in brackets, which I take to ...
Fables de La Fontaine.
(Librairie Furne, 1853)
Bassy 37t. Three-quarter Morocco, with marbled boards. Formerly owned by St. Bernard's Seminary Library in Rochester, NY (the library's lending rules are still on the pocket inside the back cover). Bassy praises the ...