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CONTENTS
PART II. PERSIAN FABLES   PAGE

The Rain-drop

Sadi, "The Burstan" 246
The Vulture and the Kite " 247
The Greedy Cat Anvar-i Suhaili 247
The Camel Driver and the Snake " 249
The Blind Man and the Snake " 252


PART III. CHINESE FABLES

The Bittern and the Mussel "China Review." 257
The Fox and the Tiger " 257
The Locust, the Beetle, the Goldfinch and the Hunter " 258
The King and the Horses That Turned the Mills M. S. Julien 259
The Crow and the Peacock "Contes et Lègendes de l'Annam" 260
The Crows and the Owls "Folk-lore of China" 262
The Folly of Avarice " 263


PART IV. ARMENIAN AND TURKISH FABLES

The Violet and the Iris Mkhithar Goch 267
The Sun's Waning Glory " 267
The Vain Cereals " 268
The Watermelon " 268
The Highwayman and the Priest " 269
The Big Fish and the Frogs " 269
The Plum, the Prune and the Apricot " 270
The Planter and the Pomegranate " 270
The Fig-tree and His Branches " 271
The Thorn and the Vine " 271
The Trees Choosing a King " 272
The Prince and the Flea Vartan 273
The Fox and the Icicle " 273
The Thirty-two Teeth " 273
The Two Kings At War "Fables Turques" 274