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CONTENTS

PART II. FRENCH FABLES   PAGE
Death and the Woodman La Fontaine 321
The Fox and the Stork " 321
The Cock and the Pearl " 323
The Oak and the Reed " 323
The Council Held by the Rats " 325
The Bat and the Two Weasels " 326
The Fox and the Raven " 328
The Saying of Socrates " 329
The Hare's Ears " 329
The Cock, the Cat and the Young Mouse " 330
The Mule Who Boasted of His Family " 332
The Hare and the Tortoise " 333
The Sick Lion and the Fox " 334
The Animals Sick With the Plague " 335
The Milk-woman and Her Pail " 338
The Cobbler and the Financier " 339
The Rat and the Elephant " 341
The Monkey and the Cat " 342
The Kite and the Nightingale " 344
The Old Man and the Three Young Men " 345
The Cat and the Two Sparrows " 346
Cupid and Folly " 348
The Elephant and the Ape of Jupiter " 349
Madam Sage and Madam Tea Antoine Fran├žois le Bailly 351
The Clock and the Sun-dial Houdard de La Motte 352
Honour, Fire and Water Etienne Pavilion 353
The Snake and the Hedgehog Henri Richer 354
The Ass and the Horse Antoine Fran├žois le Bailly 355
The Apes and the Leopard Florian 355
The Rhinoceros and the Dromedary " 357
The Peacock, the Geese and the Diver " 358
The Confident Parrot " 358
The Critical Parrot " 360
The Two Bald Men " 361
The Flying-fish " 361
The Silkworm " 362