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Aesop's Fables: A New Revised Edition

Aesop (c. 620 BCE-564)

1. 00 - Some of Aesop's Best Loved Fables: The Goose that Laid the Golden Eggs; The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse; The Milkmaid and Her Pot of Milk; The Man and the Satyr; The Mice in Council; The Fighting Cocks and the Eagle; The Lion and the Mouse; The Crow and the Pitcher; The Fox and the Crow; The Shepherd's Boy and 'Wolf'; The Fox and the Grapes; The Ants and the Grasshopper; The Fox and the Stork
2. 01 - The Wolf turned Shepherd; The Stag at the Pool; The Fox and the Mask; The Bear and the Fox; The Wolf and the Lamb; The One-Eyed Lamb; The Dog, Cock and Fox; The Mouse, the frog and theHawk; The Lioness: The Dog and the Oyster; The Wolf and the Shepherds; The Hares and the Frogs; The Lion and the Boar; The Mischievous Dog; The Quack Frog; The Ass, the Fox and the Lion; The Wolf and the Sheep; The Cock and the Jewel; The Raven and the Swan
3. 02 - The Two Pots; The Gnat and the Lion; The Widow and her Little Maidens; The Fox and the Lion; The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse; The Monkey and the Dolphin; The Game-cocks and the Partridge; The Boy and the Nettle; The Trumpeter taken Prisoner; The Fatal Marriage; he Ass and the Charger; The Vain Jackdaw; The Milkmaid and her Pot of Milk; The Playful Ass; The Man and the Satyr: The Oak and the Reeds; The Huntsman and the Fisherman; The Mother and the Wolf;
4. 03 - The Old Man and the Three Young Men; The Lion and the Fox; The Horse and the Stag; The Lion and the Dolphin; The Mice in Council; The Camel and the Arab; The Fighting Cocks and the Eagle; The Boys and the Frogs; The Crab and it's Mother; The Wolf and the Shepherd;The Man and the Lion; The Ox and the Frog; The Birds, the Beasts, and the Bat; The Charcoal-Burner and the Fuller; The Bull and the Goat; The Lion and the Mouse; The Horse and the Ass; The Old Hound;
5. 04 - The Wolf and the Lion; The King's Son and the Painted Lion; The Trees and the Axe; The Seaside Travelers; The Sea-gull and the Kite; The Monkey and the Camel; The Rat and the Elephant; The Fisherman Piping; The Wolf and the House-dog;The Eagle and the Kite; The Dogs and the Hides; The Fisherman and the Little Fish; The Ass and his Purchaser; The Shepherd and the Sheep; The Fox and the Crow; The Swallow and the Crow; The Hen and the Golden Eggs; The Old Man an
6. 05 - The Mountain in Labor; The Bear and the Two Travelers; The Sick Kite; The Wolf and the Crane; The Cat and the Cock; The Wolf and the Horse; The Two Soldiers and the Robber; The Monkey and the Cat; The Two Frogs; The Vine and the Goat;The Mouse and the Boasting Rat; The Dogs and the Fox; The Thief and the House-Dog; The Sick Stag; The Fowler and the Ringdove; The Kid and the Wolf; The Blind Man and the Whelp; The Geese and the Cranes; The North Wind and the Su
7. 06 - The Laborer and the Snake; The Bull and the Calf; The Goat and the Ass; The Boasting Traveler; The Ass, the Cock, and the Lion; The Stag and the Fawn; The Partridge and the Fowler; The Farmer and the Stork; The Ass and his Driver; The Hare and the Hound;The Kites and the Swan; The Dog in the Manger; The Crow and the Serpent; The Cat and the Fox; The Eagle and the Arrow; The Dog Invited to Supper; The Frogs Asking for a King; The Prophet; The Dog and his Maste
8. 07- The Boar and the Ass; The Fox and the Goat; The Oxen and the Butchers; The Horse and his Rider; The Dog and the Hare; The Fawn and his Mother; The Lark and her Young Ones; The Bowman and the Lion; The Boy and the Filberts; The Woman and her Hen;The Lamb and the Wolf; The Bear and the Gardener; The Heifer and the Ox; The Eagle and the Fox; The Hawk and the Nightingale; The Hen and the Swallow; The Herdsman and the Lost Bull; The Shepherd's Boy and 'Wolf!'; The
9. 08- The Father and his Sons; The Owl and the Grasshopper; The Fox and the Grapes; The Ass carrying the Image; The Ass and the Lap-Dog; The Tortoise and the Eagle; The Porcupine and the Snakes; The Fox who had Lost his Tail; The Old Lion; The Ass and the Wolf; The Horse and the Groom; The Ass and his Shadow; The Horse and the Loaded Ass; The Mules and the Robbers; The Lion and the Three Bulls; The Dog and the Shadow; The Ants and the Grasshopper; The Thirsty Pigeon
10. 09 - The Wolves and the Sheep; The Fox and the Stork; The Bat and the Weasels; The Hare and the Tortoise; Jupiter and the Monkey; The Lion in Love; The Miser; The Wolf and the Goat; The Bald Knight; The Fox and the Wood-Cutter; The Kid and the Wolf; The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox; The Stag in the Ox-Stall; The Eagle and the Jackdaw; The Three Tradesmen; The Dancing Monkeys; The Ass and the Grasshopper; The Ass in the Lion's Skin; The Boy Bathing; The Cock and the
11. 10 - The Viper and the File; The Oxen and the Axle-Trees; The Bear and the Bee-Hives; The Thrush and the Swallow; The Sensible Ass; The Lion and the Ass; The Fox and the Ape; The Lion and the Wolf; The Miller, his Son and their Ass; The Travelers and the Plane-Tree; The Tortoise and the Two Ducks; The Countryman and the Snake; The Madman who Sold Wisdom; The Leopard and the Fox; The Hare afraid of his Ears; The Peacock and the Crane; The Mouse and the Weasel; The
12. 11 - The Peacock and the Magpie; The Two Goats; The Dove and the Ant; The Eagle and the Beetle; The Mule; The Cat, the Weasel and the Rabbit; The Rat and the Frog; The Widow and the Sheep; The Man Bitten by a Dog; The Horse and the Wolf; The Goatherd and the Goats; The Goose with the Golden Eggs; The Old Woman and the Wine-Jar; The Ass Carrying Salt; The Gnat and the Bull; The Lion and the Gnat; The Lion, the Ass and the Fox Hunting; The Dog Whose Ears were Croppe
13. 12 - The Hunter and the Wolf; The Astronomer; The Bulls and the Frogs; The Thief and His Mother; The Man and His Two Wives; The Heifer, the Goat, the Sheep and the Lion; The Camel and the Travelers; The Swan and the Goose; The Dolphins and the Sprat; The Shepherd and the Sea; The Bees, the Drones, and the Wasp; The Wolf, the Goat and the Kid; The Fox and the Hedgehog; The Brazier and His Dog; The Wild Ass and the Lion; The father and His Two Daughters; The Fir Tre

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    Summary

    Remember the story of the Ant and the Grasshopper? the Fox and the Sour Grapes? The Boy who Cried Wolf? These wonderful tales and hundreds more have been passed down to us over the centuries. The man credited with writing them, Aesop, was an Ancient Greek slave born about 620 B.C. Aesop is known as a fabulist or story teller credited with a number of fables shining glaringly true light on our human foibles now collectively known as Aesop's Fables. Although no writings by him survive, numerous tales credited to him were gathered across the centuries and in many languages in a storytelling tradition that continues to this day. Many of the tales are characterized by animals and inanimate objects that speak, solve problems, and generally have human characteristics. Scattered details of Aesop's life can be found in ancient sources, including Aristotle, Herodotus, and Plutarch. An ancient literary work called The Aesop Romance tells an episodic, probably highly fictional version of his life, including the traditional description of him as a strikingly ugly slave who by his cleverness acquires freedom and becomes an adviser to kings and city-states. A later tradition depicts Aesop as a black Ethiopian. But whatever his history, the fables depict truths about human behavior, our strengths and weakness that have remained true for 2500 years.