Fables de La Fontaine: Édition annotée a l'usage de la jeunesse

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La Fontaine, Jean de
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1901
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Bodemann #339.2. The special feature of this fragile little volume is the series of nine (hand-colored?) full-page illustrations inserted with slipsheets into the book. They include: L'Enfant et le maitre d'ecole (19), L'Astrologue qui se laisse tomber dans un puits (39), MSA (41), Le Berger et la mer (59), TB (a favorite of mine, 101), MM (133), L'Ours et l'amateur des jardins (159), Le Gland et la citrouille (190), and Le Vieillard et les trois jeunes hommes (241). The illustrations, printed on only one side of the page, are carefully inserted so that they refer to the text facing them. There is an AI at the back. See now under 1881? my comments on the earlier edition of this book. Inscribed in French in 1909. Ex Libris Gertrud Goldschmid with a German ex libris label.
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Librairie de Théodore Lefèvre & Cie
Theodore Lefevre
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