Fables De La Fontaine (French Edition)
First published between 1668 and 1694, La Fontaine's Fables are considered classics of French literature. Many of the fables contain moral lessons valuable for children's learning, and are adaptations from fables of antiquity such as those of Aesop and Phaedrus.
Marked by a commitment to humor and accessibility, the fables have long been treasured for their memorability. Each verse is meticulously written, so that the reader may enjoy and appreciate the story told and moral value of the tale. The myriad sources and inspiration lend an eclectic color to the text, and act as a superb introduction to classic French literature.
Whether you are a student of French, or simply wish to gain a grasp into the fairy tales and moral stories told in the Francophone culture, this book is a superb primer.
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The Reveille, 1914, Vol. 17: An Annual Published by the Senior Class of the Maryland Agricultural College, College Park, Mayland (Classic Reprint)