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Aesop's Fables
* The Cock and the Pearl
* The Wolf and the Lamb
* The Dog and the Shadow
* The Lion's Share
* The Wolf and the Crane
* The Man and the Serpent
* The TownMouse and the Country Mouse
* The Fox and the Crow
* The Sick Lion
* The Ass and the Lapdog
* The Lion and the Mouse
* The Swallow and the Other Birds
* The Frogs Desiring aKing
* The Mountains in Labour
* The Hares and the Frogs
* The Wolf and the Kid
* The Woodman and the Serpent
* The Bald Man and the Fly
* The Fox and the Stork
* The Fox andthe Mask
* The Jay and the Peacock
* The Frog and the Ox
* Androcles
* The Bat, the Birds and the Beasts
* The Hart and the Hunter
* The Serpent and the File
* The Man andthe Wood
* The Dog and the Wolf
* The Belly and the Members
* The Hart in the Ox-Stall
* The Fox and the Grapes
* The Horse, Hunter and Stag
* The Peacock and Juno
* TheFox and the Lion
* The Lion and the Statue
* The Ant and the Grasshopper
* The Tree and the Reed
* The Fox and the Cat
* The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
* The Dog in the Manger* The Man and the Wooden God
* The Fisher
* The Shepherd's Boy
* The Young Thief and His Mother
* The Man and His Two Wives
* The Nurse and the Wolf
* The Tortoise and theBirds
* The Two Crabs
* The Ass in the Lion's Skin
* The Two Fellows and the Bear
* The Two Pots
* The Four Oxen and the Lion
* The Fisher and the Little Fish
* The Crow andthe Pitcher
* The Man and the Satyr
* The Goose with the Golden Eggs
* The Labourer and the Nightingale
* The Fox, the Cock and the Dog
* The Wind and the Sun
* Hercules and theWaggoner
* The Man, the Boy and the Donkey
* The Miser and His Gold
* The Fox and the Mosquitoes
* The Fox Without a Tail
* The One-Eyed Doe
* Belling the Cat
* The Hare...
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