Les Fables de La Fontaine: 22 fables et plus de 150 illustrations

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2013
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Here is one of the simpler illustrated editions of La Fontaine's fables. The paper is cheap, and the drawings eminently simple. The book's most attractive feature is that it breaks each fable into something like four to six parts, with the accompanying text for each part. Among the best illustrations is that of the wolf carrying off the lamb on 83. The wolf in WC has been picnicking and is so disturbed that he has knocked over his wine jug (100). Apparently in La Fontaine, the fox and the goat both go down into the well at the same time (147-8).
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