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

Main Author: La Fontaine, Jean de, 1621-1695.
Related Names: Lempereur, Louis Simon 1728-1807., Le Mire, Noël 1724-1801., Flipart, Charles Joseph 1721-1797., Longueil, Joseph de 1730-1792., Delafosse, Jean-Charles 1734-1789., Baquoy, Jean Charles 1721-1777., Aliamet, François Germain 1734-1788., Choffard, Pierre-Philippe 1730-1809., Eisen, Charles 1720-1778., Boileau Despréaux, Nicolas 1636-1711.
Language(s): French
Published: A Amsterdam [i.e. Paris : Barbou], 1762.
Subjects: Engravings > France > 18th century.
Note: "Dissertation sur la Joconde" by N. Boileau-Despréaux: v. 1, p. 239-268.
Engravings by François Germain Aliamet, Charles Baquoy, Jean-Charles Delafosse, Joseph de Longueil, Charles Joseph Flipart, Noël Le Mire, Louis-Simon Lempereur and others after designs by Charles Eisen.
Vol. 1 includes an engraved portrait of La Fontaine by Fiquet after Rigault, vol. 2 an engraved portrait of Charles Eisen by Fiquet after Vispré.
Engraved title vignettes and tail-pieces by Pierre-Philippe Choffard.
Fictitious imprint. Actual imprint from Ray.
Physical Description: 2 v. : ill. ; 18 cm. (8vo)
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