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Mythology and Folklore UN-Textbook: Myth-Folklore Unit: Fables of La Fontaine. The most famous "Aesopic poet" is Jean de La Fontaine, a 17th-century French writer. A distinctive feature of La Fontaine's fables is that, in addition to the Greek and Roman stories, he also borrowed from the storytelling traditions of India. In this unit, you will read some of La Fontaine's fables, both European and Indian, translated into English verse.

Rebecca (1940) dir. Alfred Hitchcock Starring: Joan Fontaine, Laurence Olivier. based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier. The ultimate gothic romantic mystery