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Author Aesop, author.

Title Aesop's Fables / Aesop, George Fyler Townsend, James Paul Skelley.

Publication Info. San Francisco, CA : Plympton, 2016.


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Description 1 online resource
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Summary One of the most celebrated traditions of European culture, this collection of prose and verse written by a tongue-tied Greek slave uses humble set-ups to reveal deep truths. Old favorites like "The Tortoise and the Hare" and "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" sit by by side with lesser-known gems such as "The Dove and the Ant" and "The Eagle and the Arrow." Though Aesop (if he was real) lived so long ago he was a contemporary of Buddha, and even Socrates was a fan, modern readers continue to be charmed by his cast of animals living out every imaginable human foible.
Subject Fiction.
Genre/Form Fiction.
Electronic books.
Added Author Townsend, George Fyler, 1814-1900, translator.
Skelley, James Paul, artist.
ISBN 9781682280928
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