Pierre Perret: Les Fables de Jean de la Fontaine d'Apres les Fables Géométriques de Fantome

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Perret, Pierre
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1994
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This book is in some fashion a follow up to Le Petit Perret from 1990. Again we have geometric fables from Fantome. Again we have very creative approaches to fables organized according to a kind of geometric conception for presentation on TV. Everything else seems to have changed, including publisher and fables selected. Here we have eight fables. The transformed texts accent the funny and poetic. After the four or five pages of presentation of each story in its updated and visually geometric form, La Fontaine's text follows. Do the texts include a kind of specific language, an argot? In any case, key expressions are defined and exemplified. WL is played out on a chessboard. The texts escape me, but I love the illustrations! It looks as though TH turns into a skiing race. Now I wonder: can I get the tapes (Cassettes vidéo Hollywood Boulevard) and find the toys (Jouets en bois démontables: Andines)?
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