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Jean de la Fontaine: Fables III
This volume contains Book XII and the last few of La Fontaine's fables. Bouffay's style is like nothing I have seen before. It is entirely in black-and-white. The illustrations, all full-page, present a character rather ...
Jean de la Fontaine: Fables II
This volume contains the Books VII through XI of La Fontaine's fables. Bouffay's style is like nothing I have seen before. It is entirely in black-and-white. The illustrations, all full-page, present a character rather ...
L'Ineffable la Fontaine revisité
(Atelier AkimboÉditions Gilbert Salachas, 2001)
I am indebted to John for finding me this outstanding work. It combines imagination of various sorts. It presents forty-one fables of La Fontaine and does several things with each. First it offers a delightful line-drawing ...
Fables de la Fontaine
(J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd.,, 1906)
An English introduction praises Keen's book for enabling the learner to appreciate the fables' literary charm while she or he learns the language, particularly French word formation and vocabulary. Forty-one fables are ...
The Fables of La Fontaine
(Viking Press, 1954)
I have wanted for a long time to find a signed and numbered first edition of this important book. The red cloth cover has a lovely embossed LF emblem. I said when I catalogued the regular first edition of this book years ...
Fables: Jean de La Fontaine (Korean)
(Crayon House, Ltd.K*ureyong Haus*u, 2003)
I was delighted to find this old friend translated into Korean in the few minutes I had to shop for books in Seoul on this trip. It seems to be a translation and otherwise a reproduction of the beautiful French 1994 version ...
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 ...
Jean de la Fontaine: Fables, Livres I à VI
(Editions Slatkine, 1995)
This is a very attractive little book, with a colored version of Oudry's The Monkey and the Dolphin in two different color-intensities on its cover. The book offers the integral text of La Fontaine's first six books with ...
La Fontaine: Fables
(Éditions du Milieu du Monde, 1955)
This may be the handiest complete edition of La Fontaine's fables that I have. Besides its bendable covers, it has an AI of fables at the back and even a place-marking ribbon. I wonder where and when I found this little book….
La Fontaine's Fables: A Selection
(Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1905)
Here is the third of three copies of this book that I am keeping in the collection. This copy has a pictorial cover, while the others have lime cloth (Ripping Yarns) and a gray cloth (Luce). Though all three show a date ...