6 Fábulas de La Fontaine

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Jean de La Fontaine
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1968
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Lively cartoons present "The Woodman and the Axe"; "The Three Desires"; "People and Fortune"; "The Broken-Down Cart"; "The Cobbler and the Banker"; "The Girls and the Oyster." Is "The Three Desires" really a La Fontaine fable? Really a fable? "People and Fortune" is about the rich man who attributes his riches to his acumen. When he becomes suddenly poor, he attributes it to bad luck. "The Broken-Down Cart" is the traditional "Hercules and the Waggoner" story; here a fairy, not Hercules, is involved. This booklet changes the normal wranglers about the oyster into "muchachas." My prize in this 16-page pamphlet about 7" x 8" goes to the four illustrations for "The Cobbler and the Banker"; every one is spirited and engaging.
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Ediciones Toray
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