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Contes et nouvelles en vers / par M. de La Fontaine.

Main Author: La Fontaine, Jean de, 1621-1695.
Related Names: Guignard, Jacques. , Choffard, Pierre-Philippe 1730-1809, ill., Eisen, Charles 1720-1778, ill., Boileau Despre aux, Nicolas 1636-1711.
Language(s): French
Published: Paris : Le Libre Club du Libraire, [1958]
Note: "Etude comparative sur les dessins et gravures": v.2, p. [50].
"L'e dition des Fermiers ge ne raux par Jacques Guignard": v. 1, p. v-xxi.
Facsimile of the 1762 edition published at the expense of the Fermiers ge ne raux in Paris by Barbou; the original edition had a false imprint: Amsterdam. Plates engraved after Eisen, vignettes after Choffard. "Dissertation sur la Joconde [par N. Boileau Despre aux]": v. 1, p. [239]-268.
Physical Description: 2 v., [101] leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm.
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