Aesop’s Fables: Complete, Original Translation from Greek (Forgotten Books)


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"Aesop's Fables or Aesopica refers to a collection of fables credited to Aesop (620–560 BC), a slave and story-teller who lived in Ancient Greece. Aesop's Fables have become a blanket term for collections of brief fables, usually involving personified animals. The fables remain a popular choice for moral education of children today. Many stories included in Aesop's Fables, such as The Fox and the Grapes (from which the idiom "sour grapes" was derived), The Tortoise and the Hare, The North Wind and the Sun and The Boy Who Cried Wolf, are well-known throughout the world." (Quote from

Table of Contents:

Publisher's Preface; Preface; Life Of Aesop; The Wolf And The Lamb; The Bat And The Weasels; The Ass And The Grasshopper; The Lion And The Mouse; The Charcoal-burner And The Fuller; The Father And His Sons; The Boy Hunting Locusts; The Cock And The Jewel; The Kingdom Of The Lion; The Wolf And The Crane; The Fisherman Piping; Hercules And The Wagoner; The Ants And The Grasshopper; The Traveler And His Dog; The Dog And The Shadow; The Mole And His Mother; The Herdsman And The Lost Bull; The Hare And The Tortoise; The Pomegranate, Apple-tree, And Bramble; The Farmer And The Stork; The Farmer And The Snake; The Fawn And His Mother; The Bear And The Fox; The Swallow And The Crow; The Mountain In Labor; The Ass, The Fox, And The Lion; The Tortoise And The Eagle; The Flies And The Honey-pot; The Man And The Lion; The Farmer And The Cranes; The Dog In The Manger; The Fox And The Goat; The Bear And The Two Travelers; The Oxen And The Axle-trees; The Thirsty Pigeon; The Raven And The Swan; The Goat And The Goatherd; The Miser; The Sick Lion; The Horse And Groom; The Ass And The Lapdog; The Lioness; The Boasting Traveler; The Cat And The Cock; The Piglet, The Sheep, And The Goat; The Boy And The Filberts; The Lion In Love; The Laborer And The Snake; The Wolf In Sheep's Clothing; The Ass And The Mule; The Frogs Asking For A King; The Boys And The Frogs; The Sick Stag; The Salt Merchant And His Ass; The Oxen And The Butchers; The Lion, The Mouse, And The Fox; The Vain Jackdaw; The Goatherd And The Wild Goats; The Mischievous Dog; The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail; The Boy And The Nettles; The Man And His Two Sweethearts; The Astronomer; The Wolves And The Sheep; The Old Woman And The Physician; The Fighting Cocks And The Eagle; The Charger And The Miller; The Fox And The Monkey; The Horse And His Rider; The Belly And The Members; The vine And The Goat; Jupiter And The Monkey; The Widow And Her Little Maidens; The Shepherd's Boy And The Wolf; The Cat And The Birds; The Kid And The Wolf; The Ox And The Frog; The Shepherd And The Wolf; The Father And His Two Daughters; The Farmer And His Sons; The Crab And Its Mother; The Heifer And The Ox; The Swallow, The Serpent, And The Court Of Justice; The Thief And His Mother; The Old Man And Death; The Fir-tree And The Bramble; The Mouse, The Frog, And The Hawk; The Man Bitten By A Dog; The Two Pots; The Wolf And The Sheep; The Aethiop; The Fisherman And His Nets; The Huntsman And The Fisherman; The Old Woman And The Wine-jar; The Fox And The Crow; The Two Dogs; The Stag In The Ox-stall; The Hawk, The Kite, And The Pigeons; The Widow And The Sheep; The Wild Ass And The Lion; The Eagle And The Arrow; The Sick Kite; The Lion And The Dolphin; The Lion And The Boar; The One-eyed Doe; The Shepherd And The Sea; The Ass, The Cock, And The Lion; The Mice And The Weasels; The Mice In Council; The Wolf And The Housedog; The Rivers And The Sea; The Playful Ass; The Three Tradesmen; The Master And His Dogs; The Wolf And The Shepherds; The Dolphins, The Whales, And The Sprat; The Ass Carrying The Image; The Two Travelers And The Axe; The Old Lion; The Old Hound; The Bee And Jupiter; The Milk-woman And Her Pail; The Seaside Travelers; The Brazier And His Dog; The Ass And His Shadow; The Ass And His Masters; The Oak And The Reeds; The Fisherman And

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