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Le Corbeau et le Renard: Fable de La Fontaine
The chief features of this twelve-page large-format (8" x 11½") pamphlet are the prose rendition of the fable through the book, accompanied by La Fontaine's poetic version in segments along the way and as a whole on the ...
Fables de La Fontaine, Tome Premier
We have only this first volume, as Bodemann had only the first volume. The seller hoped for a publishing date of 1743, but that date is taken from the "Avertissement." That is indeed when Coste published his first ...
Fables de La Fontaine, Vol. II
(H. Fournier Ainé, 1838)
When I noticed that this 1838 edition was up for under $80 for the two volumes, I thought I would take a chance. I got lucky! Getting it has given me a chance to compare -- again -- the 1838 Grandvilles that I have. I ...
(T. Heptinstall, Fleet Street, 1797)
Bodemann #186.1 refers to an 1818 work based on an edition not included in her bibliography, a 1797 edition by T. Heptinstall. Here is an edition by T. Heptinstall! Could it be? One would want to compare the title-page ...
Fables Choisies Mise en Vers par Monsieur La Fontaine
(Les Libraires Associées, 1778)
Here is a charming 18th century La Fontaine with designs at the beginning of each of the twelve books and a lovely frontispiece of Aesop, La Fontaine, Fable, and Truth. In fact, I find the model for this frontispiece in ...
Reaction of an Ambident Anion. Effect of Solvent and Catalyst on the Cyanoethylation of 2-Naphthol
(Creighton University, 1967)
The cyanoethylation of the ambident anion, 2-naphthoxide, is known to proceed either by carbon- or oxygen-alkylation, depending upon reaction conditions. Recently a study was made on the effect of solvent on the course of ...