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Aesop 600 B.C.E. - 564 B.C.E [Aesop's Fables]

Aesop 600 B.C.E. - 564 B.C.E [Aesop's Fables]

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 Aesop’sFables
Translated by 
George Fyler Townsend
 A P
ENN
S
TATE
E
LECTRONIC
C
LASSICS
S
ERIES
P
UBLICATION
 
 Aesop’s Fables 
translated by George Fyler Townsend
 
is apublication of the Pennsylvania State University. ThisPortable Document file is furnished free and withoutany charge of any kind. Any person using this documentfile, for any purpose, and in any way does so at his orher own risk. Neither the Pennsylvania State University nor Jim Manis, Faculty Editor, nor anyone associated with the Pennsylvania State University assumes any responsibility for the material contained within thedocument or for the file as an electronic transmission, inany way.
 Aesop’s Fables 
translated by George Fyler Townsend
,
thePennsylvania State University,
Electronic Classics Series 
, Jim Manis, Faculty Editor, Hazleton, PA 18202-1291 isa Portable Document File produced as part of an ongo-ing student publication project to bring classical worksof literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them.Cover Design: Jim ManisCopyright © 2007 The Pennsylvania State University 
The Pennsylvania State University is an equal opportunity university.
 
ContentsContentsContentsContentsContents
 Aesops Fables....................................................................................11The Wolf and the Lamb....................................................................11T
HE
B
 AT
 
 AND
 
THE
EASELS
................................................................12T
HE
SS
 
 AND
 
THE
G
RASSHOPPER 
.........................................................13T
HE
L
ION
 
 AND
 
THE
M
OUSE
................................................................14T
HE
C
HARCOAL
-B
URNER 
 
 AND
 
THE
F
ULLER 
...........................................15T
HE
F
 ATHER 
 
 AND
H
IS
S
ONS
................................................................16T
HE
B
OY 
H
UNTING
L
OCUSTS
..............................................................17T
HE
C
OCK 
 
 AND
 
THE
J
EWEL
.................................................................18T
HE
INGDOM
 
OF
 
THE
L
ION
...............................................................19T
HE
OLF
 
 AND
 
THE
C
RANE
................................................................20T
HE
F
ISHERMAN
P
IPING
......................................................................21H
ERCULES
 
 AND
 
THE
 AGONER 
............................................................22T
HE
NTS
 
 AND
 
THE
G
RASSHOPPER 
.......................................................23T
HE
T
RAVELER 
 
 AND
H
IS
D
OG
.............................................................24T
HE
D
OG
 
 AND
 
THE
S
HADOW 
...............................................................25T
HE
M
OLE
 
 AND
H
IS
M
OTHER 
.............................................................26T
HE
H
ERDSMAN
 
 AND
 
THE
L
OST
B
ULL
..................................................27T
HE
H
 ARE
 
 AND
 
THE
T
ORTOISE
............................................................28T
HE
P
OMEGRANATE
, A 
PPLE
-T
REE
,
 AND
B
RAMBLE
..................................29T
HE
F
 ARMER 
 
 AND
 
THE
S
TORK 
..............................................................30T
HE
F
 ARMER 
 
 AND
 
THE
S
NAKE
..............................................................31T
HE
F
 AWN
 
 AND
H
IS
M
OTHER 
.............................................................32T
HE
B
EAR 
 
 AND
 
THE
F
OX 
.....................................................................33T
HE
S
 WALLOW 
 
 AND
 
THE
C
RO
............................................................34T
HE
M
OUNTAIN
 
IN
L
 ABOR 
..................................................................35T
HE
SS
,
THE
F
OX 
,
 AND
 
THE
L
ION
......................................................36T
HE
T
ORTOISE
 
 AND
 
THE
E
 AGLE
...........................................................37T
HE
F
LIES
 
 AND
 
THE
H
ONEY 
-P
OT
.........................................................38T
HE
M
 AN
 
 AND
 
THE
L
ION
....................................................................39T
HE
F
 ARMER 
 
 AND
 
THE
C
RANES
............................................................40T
HE
D
OG
 
IN
 
THE
M
 ANGER 
.................................................................41T
HE
F
OX 
 
 AND
 
THE
G
OAT
....................................................................42T
HE
B
EAR 
 
 AND
 
THE
T
 WO
T
RAVELERS
...................................................43T
HE
O
 XEN
 
 AND
 
THE
 XLE
-T
REES
........................................................44T
HE
T
HIRSTY 
P
IGEON
.........................................................................45T
HE
 AVEN
 
 AND
 
THE
S
 WAN
.................................................................46

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