Phèdre, bound with Aesop's Fables as Romanized by Phaedrus

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Aesop
Phaedrus
Phaedrus
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1846
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The pre-title here is just too long to try to fit into the title slot: Les Auteurs Latin expliqués d'après une méthode nouvelle par deux traductions françaises, l'une littérale et juxtalinéaire presentant le mot a mot Français en regard des mots Latins correspondants, l'autre correcte et fidele precedée du texte Latin avec des sommaires et des notes par une société de professeurs et de Latinistes. Whew! There are thus three items for each fable: Phaedrus' Latin, a prose translation, and a two column phrase-by-phrase presentation of the Latin in a new word order with a corresponding French phrase at its side. There are notes on 224-236. Carnes has a fragmentary listing of a later printing of this work from 1878 under #1013. See the separate listing for the 1845 bilingual Latin/English edition of Taylor and Walton, bound with this book.
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