La Fontaine

NOUN
  1. French writer who collected Aesop's fables and published them (1621-1695)
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  • A sixteen-page reference list in typescript of bills introduced, bills discussed, and special speeches delivered by La Fontaine, prepared by the Services d'étude et de documentation du sénat de Belgique. Henri La Fontaine - Biography
  • Some steamy some clear: winter in Montreal parc jarry, post storm mount royal, afternoon, summer carre saint louis, mid afternoon the fountain, parc la fontaine the pool, parc laurier parc baldwin carre saint louis John Thompson, 1977
  • The bartender offered to let me try the second sparkler on the menu - the Domaine de la Fontainerie, brut, '01, Vouvray at $9.
  • It features a 1/2 scale, 540 foot (164.6 m) tall replica of the Eiffel Tower out front, a two-thirds size Arc de Triomphe , the Montgolfier balloon , and a replica of La Fontaine des Mers .
  • I find this fable written by de la Fontaine for the Dauphin to be particularly interesting as a cultural artifact.
  • It features a 1/2 scale, 540 foot (164.6 m) tall replica of the Eiffel Tower out front, a two-thirds size Arc de Triomphe , the Montgolfier balloon , and a replica of La Fontaine des Mers .
  • Henri de la Fontaine Coq, picaresquely amused but looking pale as if he had been badly shaken by the crash, sat watching Dorje, leaning backward against a rough-hewn post that supported a roof beam. Jimgrim
  • The second part of his speech, that on Mr. La Fontaine, is given here. The Nobel Peace Prize 1913 - Presentation Speech
  • A subversive Cytherean imagery was next taken up by the poet and fabulist Jean de La Fontaine, friend to Scudery and admirer of Marino.
  • It was this raciness, allied to his remarkable facility with languages and a relish for the unconventional – perhaps a distaste for the conventional as well – that led him into some of the byways of Francophone literature, including the crique-craque tradition of Haitian folk fables, which he would assert were superior to those of La Fontaine, especially to anyone who expressed the opposite view. Translation
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