[Read] ➳ Fables By Jean de La Fontaine – Thegreatwallonline.us

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[Read] ➳ Fables  By Jean de La Fontaine – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 482 pages
  • Fables
  • Jean de La Fontaine
  • French
  • 15 December 2019
  • 2266127756

10 thoughts on “Fables


  1. says:

    This is one of my most precious memories of my childhood Before going to school, sometimes after, I used to go to a nearby kiosk and buy some chocolates But these chocolates weren t ordinary ones They came wrapped with tiny books inside the fables of Jean de La Fontaine That is one of my earliest independent, adult free contacts with literature that I can remember, so I really treasure those fables I didn t know they were such classics of the 17th century I found them entertaining so I st This is one of my most precious memories of my childho...


  2. says:

    La fontaine fables choisies The Fables of Jean de La Fontaine, Jean de La FontaineThe Fables of Jean de La Fontaine were issued in several volumes from 1668 to 1694 They are classics of French literature Divided into 12 books, there are 239 of the Fables, varying in length from a few lines to some hundred, those written later being as a rule longer than the earlier 1970 La ...


  3. says:

    La Fontaine s fables are all in verse and are massively popular in France They have wonderful little morals The interesting side note is that many of these children s fables are hidden criticisms of the court of Louis XIV where La Fontaine was a lackey among the thousa...


  4. says:

    There s nothing sweeter than a real friend Not only is he prompt to lend An angler delicate, he fishesThe very deepest of your wishes,And spares your modesty the taskHis friendly aid to ask.A dream, a shadow, wakes his fear,When pointing at the object dear


  5. says:

    Title The Fables of La FontaineTranslated into English Verse by Walter Thornbury and Illustrated by Gustave Dor Author Jean de la FontaineIllustrator Gustave Dor Translator Walter ThornburyRelease Date October 26, 2015 EBook 50316 Produced by Madelaine Kilsby, Laura NR andMarc D Hooghe at Images generously made available by the Hathi Trust and Gallica, Biblioth que nationale de France, for the illustrations Free download available at Project Gutenberg.Madele Title The Fables of La FontaineTranslated into English Verse by Walter Thornbury and Illustrated by Gustave Dor Author Jean de la FontaineIllustrator Gustave Dor Translator Walter ThornburyRelease Date October 26, 2015 EBook 50316 Produced by Madelaine Kilsby, Laura NR andMarc D Hooghe at Images generously made available by the Hathi Trust and Gallica, Biblioth que nationale de France, for the illustrations Free download available at Project Gutenberg.Madeleine made the R1 proofreading of this book for Free Literature, and I ve made the R2 r...


  6. says:

    Je me rappelle un cours de M Patrick Dandrey a Paris lV intitule La poetique du jardin et ayant pour but d analyse Les fables de La Fontaine Le jardin est vu comme celui de Versaille Un miroir Et fascinant.


  7. says:

    Today I thought outloud about how nice it would be to have a book with all of La Fontaine s fables As I was in a bookshop to buy a friend s birthday present, I remembered to have a look and found this nice edition at a cheap price 2.80 euros You can t beat that so I decided to buy my own copy.I had to smile when I opened the book and discovered that the first fable was La Cigale et la Fourmi , which I learnt in primary school when I was seven years old and still remember to the word today, Today I thought outloud about how nice it would be to have a book with all of La Fontaine s fables As I was in a bookshop to buy a friend s birthday present, I remembered to have a look and found this nice edition at a cheap price 2.80 euros You can t beat that so I decided to buy my own copy.I had to smile when I opened the book and discovered that the first fable was La Cigale et la Fourmi , which I learnt in primary school when I was seven years old and still remember to the word today, seventeen years later La Fontaine is one of these authors who...


  8. says:

    Ma tre Corbeau sur un arbre perch tenait en son bec un fromage, Ma tre Renard, par l odeur all ch lui tint a peu pr s ce langage Je pense que toute ma vie je me souviendrai de cette fable que surement tout colier fran ais a du apprendre au moins une fois dans s...


  9. says:

    In a nutshell These fables are immortal One can t stop enjoying them Some of them were totally new for me, and most of them were familiar This was a very enjoyable read In a nutshell These fables are immortal One can t stop enjoying them Some of them w...

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