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Aesop's Fables
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Aesop's Fables, Part 3

IDTitleMoral
143The Wolf, The Fox, And The ApeThe dishonest get no credit, even if they act honestly.
144The Eagle And The CocksPride comes before a fall.
145The Escaped Jackdaw
146The Farmer And The FoxRevenge is a two-edged sword.
147Venus And The Cat
148The Crow And The SwanYou may change your habits, but not your nature.
149The Stag With One EyeMisfortune often assails us from an unexpected quarter.
150The Fly And The Draught Mule
151The Cock And The Jewel
152The Wolf And The Shepherd
153The Farmer And The StorkIf you choose bad companions no one will believe that you are anything but bad yourself.
154The Charger And The Miller
155The Grasshopper And The Owl
156The Grasshopper And The Ants
157The Farmer And The ViperKindness is thrown away upon the evil.
158The Two Frogs
159The Cobbler Turned Doctor
160The Ass, The Cock, And The LionFalse confidence often leads to disaster.
161The Belly And The Members
162The Bald Man And The Fly
163The Ass And The Wolf
164The Monkey And The Camel
165The Sick Man And The Doctor
166The Travellers And The Plane TreeMany a service is met with ingratitude.
167The Flea And The Ox
168The Birds, The Beasts, And The Bat
169The Man And His Two Sweethearts
170The Eagle, The Jackdaw, And The ShepherdIf you attempt what is beyond you, your time will be wasted.
171The Wolf And The Boy
172The Miller, His Son, And Their Ass
173The Stag And The VineIngratitude sometimes brings its own punishment.
174The Lamb Chased By A Wolf
175The Archer And The LionGive a wide berth to those who can do damage at a distance.
176The Wolf And The Goat
177The Sick Stag
178The Ass And The Mule
179Brother And Sister
180The Heifer And The Ox
181The Kingdom Of The Lion
182The Ass And His Driver
183The Lion And The Hare
184The Wolves And The DogsTraitors richly deserve their fate.
185The Bull And The Calf
186The Trees And The Axe
187The Astronomer
188The Labourer And The SnakeInjuries are never forgotten in the presence of those who caused them.
189The Caged Bird And The BatPrecautions are useless after the event.
190The Ass And His PurchaserA man is known by the company he keeps.
191The Kid And The Wolf
192The Debtor And His Sow
193The Bald Huntsman
194The Herdsman And The Lost Bull
195The Mule
196The Hound And The Fox
197The Father And His Daughters
198The Thief And The Innkeeper
199The Pack Ass And The Wild AssAdvantages that are dearly bought are doubtful blessings.
200The Ass And His MastersServants don't know a good master till they have served a worse.
201The Pack Ass, The Wild Ass, And The LionIt is no use being your own master unless you can stand up for yourself.
202The AntYou may punish a thief, but his bent remains.
203The Frogs And The WellThink twice before you act.
204The Crab And The FoxBe content with your lot.
205The Fox And The Grasshopper
206The Farmer, His Boy, And The Rooks
207The Ass And The Dog
208The Ass Carrying The ImageRude shocks await those who take to themselves the credit that is due to others.
209The Athenian And The Theban
210The Goatherd And The GoatIt's no use trying to hide what can't be hidden.
211The Sheep And The DogGive credit where credit is due.
212The Shepherd And The WolfWhat's bred in the bone is sure to come out in the flesh.
213The Lion, Jupiter, And The Elephant

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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