La fontaine fables en francais

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la fontaine fables en francais

Fables by Jean de La Fontaine

Une tortue, un corbeau, un lievre, une fourmi, un lion, et meme un pot au lait : autant de figures familieres qui peuplent, parmi tant dautres, notre imaginaire, resurgissent regulierement, et que nous devons toutes au fabuleux talent de Monsieur de La Fontaine. Il est le prince des poetes, lui qui a su transformer une tradition un peu rigide, celle de la fable, en un art exceptionnel, qui charme loreille tout en rejouissant lesprit, reveille les bois, anime les animaux et parvient a toucher tous les hommes.
Moralite : on aurait tort de ne pas se replonger dans la lecture des Fables, qui ravissent les enfants et enchantent les adultes ! Leur pertinence impertinente est sans doute a lorigine de leur succes ininterrompu : quon les recite, comme a lecole, quon se les repete pour soi seulement ou quon se les mette en bouche, comme le fit avec un bonheur evident le comedien Fabrice Luchini, on ne resiste pas au petit plaisir dune fable.
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Jean de LA FONTAINE – Les Fables, avec Fabrice Luchini (France Culture, 2011)

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Jean de La Fontaine collected fables from a wide variety of sources, both Western and Eastern, and adapted them into French free verse. They were issued under the general title of Fables in several volumes from to and are considered classics of French literature. Humorous, nuanced and ironical, they were originally aimed at adults but then entered the educational system and were required learning for school children.
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About Jean de La Fontaine

Different cultures have different common experiences and stories that outsiders can only learn by being exposed to them! They have very cute illustrations by Benjamin Rabier. You can find them on the link above, or online, or even better, at your local bookstore. A famous French theater actor had quite recently a huge success reading these fables on stage: for advanced learners only, as he speaks very fast. However, nowadays, all school children are required to learn at least a few of the most famous ones.

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