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La Fontaines Fabler
(Erik H. Jung's Forlag, 1916)
This oversized (10 x 13) volume appeared late in my conversations at Norlis Antikvariat. It is substantial! As the T of C near the end indicates, some forty-eight fables are presented. Just after that T of C is a list ...
Fables: Jean de La Fontaine
(Éditions Gründ, 2009)
Here is a thoroughly contemporary presentation of La Fontaine in 216 large, lovely, and heavy pages. From four to eight fables per book are included. Watch out for the clever title-pages for each book. A character in ...
Fables de Jean de La Fontaine
(La Renaissance du Livre, 2001)
I have been in love with Lefebvre's work since his two volumes of La Fontaine's fables done for Casterman in 1986. When I saw this work almost twenty years later, I presumed that it was a reprint in different format of ...
Fables: Jean de La Fontaine
(Hachette Livre/Gautier-Languereau, 2009)
Here is the 2009 original behind a smaller book published two years later in a different format by the same publisher. That was a small 32-page paperback about 6¼ x 7 containing thirteen fables. This is a 125-page ...
La Fontaine: Fables
(Editions BIASÉditions Bias, 1954)
This book is almost identical with another in the collection, listed simply under 1954. Where that was a 1960 printing, this is a 1962 printing, as is clear at the bottom of the book's last page. Several things have ...
La Liebre y las Ranas
(Melhoramentos de São Paolo, 1988)
Twelve stiff pages offer a version in general contact with LaFontaine's story. This version greatly reduces the hare's self-reflection. The inciting incident is also not a sound but the rabbit's seeing himself in the ...
La Liebre y la Tortuga
(MelbooksMelhoramentos de São Paolo, 1988)
Twelve stiff pages offer considerable elaboration of LaFontaine's story. We hear of a monkey, armadillo, and jaguar before the race is ever mentioned. I have one other, La Liebre y las Ranas (1988), in the set of eight.
Fablio the Magician: The Cat and the Old Rat, Adapted from La Fontaine's Fable
(Distributed by David Gold & Son (Holdings) LtdR.L. Cavallere Ltd., London, 1969)
I have this book in the original French, and there it is #3 in the series of 6. Captain Tom is a cat terrorizing the mice, including the little mice's teacher, Mr. Ratso. Mr. Ratso is teaching little mice pupils in their ...
Juliette et les fables de La Fontaine vol 1
Here a cassette-tape and a book go well together. Juliette describes experiences in school around learning four fables of La Fontaine. With good musical background, she offers explanations of various turns in each of ...
La Fontaine Fables, and Other Poems
(Colin Smythe, 1982)
I already have in the collection a copy of this book in good condition. Though this copy is in less good condition, it is signed and inscribed by the translator. The inscription is made to Bill Weaver. Something difficult ...