Fables de La Fontaine: Quarante Fables Choisies

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La Fontaine, Jean de
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1955
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Here is an oversize volume with forty large illustrations in bright color and distinctive primitive style for the same number of La Fontaine fables. There is a T of C at the front. Among my favorites are OF; BF (here the peacock feathers form the literal tails of the crow's tuxedo coat); Les Animaux malades de la Peste (57); MSA with its compliant miller trying to explain (60-61); and Le Chat, la Belette et le petit Lapin (73). Unusual in its conception is FK (33): the log seems planted as a tree on the riverside. This book has nothing on its covers or spine. Rémon writes that this may well be the last in the series Les Chefs-d'Oeuvre a l'Usage de la Jeunesse.
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Librairie Renouard, Henri Laurens, Editeur
Librarie Renouard
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