The Public Paperfolding History ProjectIndex Page x Jeux et Travaux Enfantins - Première partie: Le Monde en Papier by Marie Koenig and Albert Durand, 1889 'Jeux et Travaux Enfantins - Première partie: Le Monde en Papier' by Marie Koenig and Albert Durand was published by Librairie Classique A. Jeande in Paris in 1889. I have not seen a copy of the complete book. This page is based on limited information obtained from two partial extracts of the work, which amounts to the introductory material and Chapter 1. It is not a complete record of the paperfolding material that the book contains. ********** Analysis I have not recorded all the elementary forms mentioned in the text in this analysis Chapitre 1 - La Balle Paper Balls and Paper Cones. The Paper Cones are employed to catch the Paper Balls. ********** Chapitre 2 - Le Carre (The Square) The Cut and Fold Windmill ********** Chapitre 3 - Fichu Brode (Embroidered Scarf) How to make a Hemmed Handkerchief ********** Torn Patterns with Fourfold Symmetry - Ausschneiden und Aufkleben ********** Chapitre 4 - Les Bandes de Papier (Paper Strips) L'Accordeon ou Serpent - The Witch's Ladder ********** Manches de Gigot / Boubeches / Pompons - Paper Frills ********** Chapitre 5 - L'Écran Japonais (The Japanese Screen) L'Escabeau - The Stairs ********** L'Eventail (The Fan) ********** L'Écran Japonais (The Japanese Screen) ********** La Jalousie (Jealousy) is a screen for a window. ********** Le Cuche-pot is intended to surround a vase. ********** Chapitre 6 - Lettres en Relief (Embossed Letters) See Alphabet, Letters and Numbers ********** Chapitre 7 - Chiffres en Relief (Embossed Numbers) See Alphabet, Letters and Numbers ********** Chapitre 8 - La Pyramide (sewn together at the point) ********** Chapitre 9 - Le Martinet des Tourelles (The Swift of the Turrets) Le Chapeau de General Described but not iliustrated. The exact nature of this design is not clear. ********** Le Casque Gaulois ou Normand ********** Le Hochet (The Rattle) Intended to contain paper balls to make the rattling noise. It is not clear from the instructions how the rattle is to be closed. ********** Le Martinet des Tourelles (The Swift of the Turrets) - The Flapping Bird The text mentions that 'le journal La nature appelle un oiseau mecanique de papier' (the journal La Nature calls it a mechanical paper bird). ********** Selected Pages **********