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Fables de La Fontaine: Une Anthologie proposée par Benoit Marchon
(Bayard Éditions, 2014)
Here are forty-three fables presented by an artist I have enjoyed twice elsewhere. The book's unusual shape (6½ x 10¾) is the first clue that it is going to present traditional material in a fresh way. Almost every ...
Der Hirsch, der sich im Wasser spiegelt: Die schönsten Fabeln von La Fontaine
I have already come into contact with Dedieu's excellent work, and have just ordered several of his books in French and German. Here is the German translation of his book by Seuil in 2009: Le Cerf se Voyant dans l'Eau et ...
Fables Choisies, Mises en Vers
(BiblioLife/Jean-François Bastien, 2014)
This unlucky purchase represents some of what is wrong with print on demand publishing. I had noticed the book long ago on Amazon.com and had been curious what John Quincy Adams was doing as a writer or editor of fables, ...
Les Fables de La Fontaine 1
Here is a new series just developing. Its particular approach is to insert comments between verbatim lines of La Fontaine's verse fables. I find the method apt and effective. Construing poetry -- surprisingly -- baffles ...
Les Fables de La Fontaine
(Fahrenheit 450: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014)
Here is an inexpensive paperback version with good printings of Doré's illustrations, all 585 of them, as the title-page reminds us: 89 full-page compositions, 248 large designs preceding fables, and 248 vignettes after ...