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Author: Jean de La Fontaine; James Michie
Publisher: New York : Viking Press, 1979.
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Genre/Form: Fables
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
La Fontaine, Jean de, 1621-1695.
Fontaine.
New York : Viking Press, 1979
(OCoLC)644335038
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jean de La Fontaine; James Michie
ISBN: 0670415812 9780670415816
OCLC Number: 4493348
Description: xxx, 272 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Book I. The cicada and the ant --
The crow and the fox --
The frog who wanted to be as big as the ox --
The two mules --
The heifer, the nanny-goat and the sheep in partnership with the lion --
The town rat and the country rat --
The wolf and the lamb --
The fox and the stork --
The boy and the schoolmaster --
The cock and the pearl --
The oak and the reed. Book II. The bitch and her friend --
The lion and the gnat --
The donkey loaded with sponges and the donkey loaded with salt --
The lion and the rat --
The pigeon and the ant --
The hare and the frogs --
The rooster and the fox --
The peacock who complained to Juno. Book III. The miller, his son and the donkey --
The frogs who asked for a king --
The fox and the goat --
The drunkard and his wife --
The wolf and the stork --
The lion humbled by man --
The fox and the grapes --
The lion in his old age. --
Book IV. The shepherd and the sea --
The donkey and the little dog --
The jay dressed up in peacock's feathers --
The camel and the floating sticks --
The miser who lost his hoard. Book V. The clay pot and the iron pot --
The little fish and the angler --
The old woman and the two servant-girls --
The satyr and the traveller --
The farmer and his sons --
The mountain which gave birth --
The doctors --
The hen who laid golden eggs --
The donkey who was carrying holy relics --
The snake and the file --
The donkey clothed in the lion's hide. Book VI. The mule who boasted of his pedigree --
The stag who saw himself in the water --
The hare and the tortoise --
The peasant and the snake --
The horse and the donkey --
The dog who dropped the substance for the shadow. Book VII. The rat who retired from the world --
The heron --
The lion's court --
The coach and the fly --
The dairymaid and the milk-can --
The priest and the corpse --
The two cocks --
The cat, the weasel and the young rabbit --
The head and the tail of the snake. Book VIII. The cobbler and the businessman --
The man and the flea --
Women and secrets --
The joker and the fish --
The bear and the garden-lover --
The two friends --
The rat and the elephant --
The torrent and the river --
Democritus and Abderites. Book IX. The acorn and the pumpkin --
The oyster and the litigants --
The hidden treasure and the two men. Book X. The tortoise and the two ducks --
The lioness and the bear. Book XI. The old man and the three youths. Book XII. The crayfish and her daughter --
The forest and the woodcutter --
The fox, the wolf and the horse --
The fox and the turkey-cocks --
The monkey --
The Scythian philosopher --
The elephant and Jupiter's monkey --
A fool and a wise man.
Other Titles: Fables.
Responsibility: with the ill. of J.J. Grandville ; translated by James Michie ; introd. by Geoffrey Grigson.

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