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Humor to interpret one of the cruelest fables of Jean de La Fontaine.
“-... I cannot trouble your drink.
-You do”, insist this cruel beast,
“- And I know that from me you meditate last year!
- How would I have done it if I had not been born?”
The Lamb resumed: “I suckled my mother.
- If it is not you, then it is your brother. ...”
Of the 4 fables of Jean de La Fontaine reinterpreted by the designer of Shohan-design, here is the cruelest. To mitigate its wickedness, it is a rather mocking wolf that was drawn: he has a little air of the Tex Avery wolf. The lamb remains a tiny little thing that understands what is going to happen to it.
It is a practical, expressive, and decorative bookend. Due to its size, it will stall fine-books, comic book or story books. By his style, he will go just as well in a children room as in a bookshelf of adult. You can also compose pairs with one of the other fables proposed in bookends: The Raven and the Fox, The Frog who wanted to be bigger than The ox and soon the hare and the turtle. This is an original gift idea for a fun and colorful decoration.
This original decorative object is manufactured in small series by companies specialized in laser cutting located in Europe.