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Aesop's Fables
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Aesop's Fables, Part 1

IDTitleMoral
1The Fox And The Grapes
2The Goose That Laid The Golden EggsMuch wants more and loses all.
3The Cat And The MiceIf you are wise you won't be deceived by the innocent airs of those whom you have once found to be dangerous.
4The Mischievous DogNotoriety is often mistaken for fame.
5The Charcoal-burner And The Fuller
6The Mice In CouncilBravery is easy when it calls for the bravery of another.
7The Bat And The WeaselsLook and see which way the wind blows before you commit yourself.
8The Dog And The Sow
9The Fox And The CrowPride goes before a fall.
10The Horse And The Groom
11The Wolf And The LambHe who looks to do evil at any excuse, will do evil with no excuse.
12The Peacock And The CranePracticallity is greater than outside beauty.
13The Cat And The BirdsA villain may disguise himself, but he will not deceive the wise.
14The Spendthrift And The SwallowOne swallow does not make summer.
15The Old Woman And The Doctor
16The Moon And Her Mother
17Mercury And The WoodmanHonesty is the best policy.
18The Ass, The Fox, And The LionBetray a friend, and you'll often find you have ruined yourself.
19The Lion And The Mouse
20The Crow And The PitcherNecessity is the mother of invention.
21The Boys And The Frogs
22The North Wind And The SunPersuasion is better than force.
23The Mistress And Her Servants
24The Goods And The Ills
25The Hares And The Frogs
26The Fox And The Stork
27The Wolf In Sheep's Clothing
28The Stag In The Ox-stall
29The Milkmaid And Her PailDo not count your chickens before they are hatched.
30The Dolphins, The Whales, And The Sprat
31The Fox And The MonkeyBoasters brag most when they cannot be detected.
32The Ass And The Lap-dog
33The Fir-tree And The BrambleaBetter poverty without a care than wealth with its many obligations.
34The Frogs' Complaint Against The Sun
35The Dog, The Cock, And The Fox
36The Gnat And The BullWe may often be of more consequence in our own eyes than in the eyes of our neighbours.
37The Bear And The TravellersMisfortune tests the sincerity of friendship.
38The Slave And The Lion
39The Flea And The ManDo not waste your pity on a scamp.
40The Bee And JupiterEvil wishes, like fowls, come home to roost.
41The Oak And The Reeds
42The Blind Man And The CubEvil tendencies are early shown.
43The Boy And The Snails
44The Apes And The Two Travellers
45The Ass And His BurdensYou may play a good card once too often.
46The Shepherd's Boy And The WolfYou cannot believe a liar even when he tells the truth.
47The Fox And The GoatLook before your leap.
48The Fisherman And The Sprat
49The Boasting TravellerDeeds, not words.
50The Crab And His MotherExample is better than precept.
51The Ass And His Shadow
52The Farmer And His Sons
53The Dog And The CookBe shy of favours bestowed at the expense of others.
54The Monkey As King
55The Thieves And The Cock
56The Farmer And FortuneShow gratitude where gratitude is due.
57Jupiter And The Monkey
58Father And SonsUnion is strength.
59The Lamp
60The Owl And The Birds
61The Ass In The Lion's Skin
62The She-goats And Their Beards
63The Old Lion
64The Boy BathingGive assistance, not advice, in a crisis.
65The Quack FrogPhysician, heal thyself.
66The Swollen Fox
67The Mouse, The Frog, And The Hawk
68The Boy And The Nettles
69The Peasant And The Apple TreeUtility is most men's test of worth.
70The Jackdaw And The Pigeons
71Jupiter And The Tortoise

Also See:
Aesop's Fables, Part 1
Aesop's Fables, Part 2
Aesop's Fables, Part 3
Aesop's Fables, Part 4

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