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Oxford world's Classics Aesop's fables : a new translation by Laura Gibbs /

A collection of the brief animal tales with specific morals which are attributed to a wise Greek slave. Includes The Fox and the Grapes, The Crow and the Pitcher, The Dog in the Manger, and The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf, among many others.

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  • "Readers today will be amazed at how many contemporary expressions began in fables told thousands of years ago. And many of the best fables, about proud lions, quickwitted foxes, foolish frogs--even a few wise shepherds--were told by a man named Aesop, the greatest fable teller of all time."
  • "A collection of the brief animal tales with specific morals which are attributed to a wise Greek slave. Includes The Fox and the Grapes, The Crow and the Pitcher, The Dog in the Manger, and The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf, among many others."@en
  • "A collection of the brief animal tales with specific morals which are attributed to a wise Greek slave. Includes The Fox and the Grapes, The Crow and the Pitcher, The Dog in the Manger, and The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf, among many others."
  • "A collection of fourteen fables retold from Aesop."@en
  • "Contains over 140 of Aesop's fables."
  • "Over 200 fables with 50 classic illustrations. A comprehensive afterword discusses the legend of Aesop and how his fables passed from the oral into the written tradition, and their continuing influence on Western writers."@en
  • "A selection of forty-five of Aesop's best-known fables, along with a brief history of them, and a suggestion of why they are so enduring."@en
  • "Brief versions of sixteen of Aesop's famous fables."
  • "A collection of Aesop's fables retold, accompanied by intricately detailed illustrations."
  • "Although he was probably as mythical as the tales attributed to him, the legendary name of Aesop has been associated for thousands of years with an enduringly popular collection of enchanting fables. This delightful selection of Aesop's parables--some universally recognizable, others refreshingly unfamiliar--is magnificently complemented by illustrations taken from a variety of antique editions of the fables. Among the artists represented in this beautifully reproduced new volume are Arthur Rackham, Thomas Bewick, Walter Crane, Charles Robinson, and Randolph Caldecott. This stunning compemdium includes fully captioned illustrations, a complete bibliography of sources, and a set of biographical notes on the artists.-- Publisher."
  • "Brief versions of sixteen of Aesop's famour fables."@en
  • "The noted illustrator presents thirteen of Aesop's most familiar fables."
  • "The noted illustrator presents thirteen of Aesop's most familiar fables."@en
  • "Illustrated collection of eight stories with a moral retold from Aesop, including "The tortoise and the hare," "The ant and the dove," and "The lion and the mouse.""
  • "Contains the 54 tales from Aesop's fables, each with its own moral. The story is brought to life through humor and drama and builds reading and vocabulary skills by providing links from difficult words to an on-screen dictionary. Features 54 color llustrations, narration, and music."
  • "Aesop was an Ancient Greek story-teller and slave, famed and cherished for his short fables that often involve personified animals. In the renowned collection of works that is Aesop's Fables, he weaves moral education and entertainment together into tales that have been enjoyed by many, many generations. A lot of the stories in Aesop's Fables, such as The Fox and the Grapes (giving us the term "sour grapes"), The Tortoise and the Hare, The North Wind and the Sun and The Boy Who Cried Wolf, are well-known across the world. The 1st century philosopher Apollonius of Tyana said of Aesop that "like those who dine well off the plainest dishes, he made use of humble incidents to teach great truths.""@en
  • "Aesop was an Ancient Greek story-teller and slave, famed and cherished for his short fables that often involve personified animals. In the renowned collection of works that is Aesop's Fables, he weaves moral education and entertainment together into tales that have been enjoyed by many, many generations. A lot of the stories in Aesop's Fables, such as The Fox and the Grapes (giving us the term "sour grapes"), The Tortoise and the Hare, The North Wind and the Sun and The Boy Who Cried Wolf, are well-known across the world. The 1st century philosopher Apollonius of Tyana said of Aesop that "like those who dine well off the plainest dishes, he made use of humble incidents to teach great truths.""
  • "A collection of the classic fables includes Sour Grapes, Slow but Sure, Town Mouse and Country Mouse, and more than two hundred others. Many of these tales are so well known they have given us phrases we use every day, like dog in the manger or sour grapes, but even the rarer ones seem familiar, because their simple morals are based on universal truths. From the tortoise and the hare or the boy who cried wolf to the treacherous partridge or big and little fish, Aesop's wise and foolish creatures are a lasting delight."
  • "An illustrated collection of many traditional fables including "The Lion and Other Beasts go Hunting", "The Dog and the Bone", and ""The Ant and the Grasshopper.""
  • "Includes questions for readers about the fables, and a title index with a hotlink to each story."@en
  • "A collection of traditional moral tales from the Greek slave Aesop."@en
  • "Traditional tellings of AEsop's fables; new illustrations for this collection."
  • "A collection of concise stories told by the Greek slave, Aesop."
  • "A collection of fables credited to Aesop, a slave and story-teller believed to have lived in ancient Greece between 620 and 560 BCE."@en
  • "An illustrated collection of sixty-three fables told by Aesop."
  • ""Many of these fables are so well known they have given us everyday phrases such as "sour grapes" and "dog in the manger." but even the rarer ones seem familiar, because their simple morals reflect all aspects of human nature. From the tortoise and the hare to the mouse and the lion, the timeless wisdom and wit of Aesop's fables are as entertaining as ever"--Cover verso."@en
  • "An illustrated collection of twenty-four Aesop fables selected from those populated only by animals, arranged in categories such as lion fables, fox fables, and wolf fables."
  • "A collection of nearly sixty fables from Aesop, including such familiar ones as "The Grasshoper and the Ants," "The North Wind and the Sun," and "Androcles and the Lion.""@en
  • "An illustrated collection of twenty-four animal fables first told by the Greek slave Aesop."
  • "Simple versions of more than sixty fables use animals to teach lessons about wise and foolish human behavior."@en
  • "Brief tales about animals illustrate moral principles and lessons of life, and include the stories of a crow who finds a clever way to get a drink of water, and a disappointed fox who decides the grapes he couldn't reach were sour."@en
  • "Aesop was a slave and storyteller who lived in ancient Greece around 620?564 BC. No writings by him exist (if they ever existed at all), yet numerous stories and tales have been credited to him and have been shared through oral tradition throughout the world. Many of these use animals as the main characters to convey deeper meanings and morals that have become ingrained in our cultural--and personal--belief systems. For example, in?The Goatherd and the Goat" we learn that there is no use trying to hide what can't be hidden. In?The Ass and the Purchaser" we find that people are known by."@en
  • "Presents an illustrated collection of moral tales from Aesop."@en
  • "Presents an illustrated collection of moral tales from Aesop."
  • "An illustrated collection of animal fables first told by the Greek slave Aesop."@en
  • "A collection of Aesop's stories based on the nineteenth-century research and translation of George Fyler Townsend."
  • "A retelling of selected Aesop's fables."@en
  • "An illustrated collection of forty fables whose instructive wit reflects the character of the man who originally told them."
  • "An illustrated collection of forty fables whose instructive wit reflects the character of the man who originally told them."@en
  • "An illustrated collection of fables first told by the Greek slave Aesop."
  • "A publisher's promotional piece of seven illustrated fables retold from Aesop."
  • "Sixty-seven familiar and not so familiar fables from Aesop, including the tortoise and the hare, the frogs who wanted a king, the lion who fell in love, and the donkey who danced on the roof."
  • "One hundred twenty-six best-loved fables of Aesop."
  • "4 yrs+"
  • "A collection of numerous fables from Aesop translated by George Fyler Townsend, including such familiar ones as "The wolf and the lamb," "The bat and the weasels," "The ass and the grasshopper," "The lion and the mouse," and "The charcoal-burner and the fuller." Also includes "The father and his sons," "The boy hunting locusts," "The cock and the jewel," "The kingdom of the lion," ... and many others."
  • "A selection of Aesop's fables with illustrations from older editions, featuring such artists as Randolph Caldecott, Arthur Rackham, Walter Crane, and Alexander Calder."@en
  • "A collection of 40 tales with morals that were originally told by a Greek slave."
  • "A collection of fables retold from Aesop, including "The Hare and the Tortoise," "The Ant and the Grasshopper," and "The Fox and the Grapes.""@en
  • "A collection of fables retold from Aesop, including "The Hare and the Tortoise," "The Ant and the Grasshopper," and "Androcles and the Lion.""
  • "An illustrated collection of twelve traditional fables."
  • "A selection of Aesop's fables, some in rhyme, with pages that can be flipped, giving the illusion of animation."
  • "A collection of brief animal stories, each of which has a moral."
  • "The story goes that a sow who had delivered a whole litter of piglets loudly accosted a lioness. "How many children do you breed?" asked the sow. "I breed only one," said the lioness, "but he is very well bred!"' The fables of Aesop have become one of the most enduring traditions of European culture, ever since they were first written down nearly two millennia ago. Aesop was reputedly a tongue-tied slave who miraculously received the power of speech; from his legendary storytelling came the collections of prose and verse fables scattered throughout Greek and Roman literature. First published in English by Caxton in 1484, the fables and their morals continue to charm modern readers: who does not know the stories of the tortoise and the hare, and the boy who cried wolf? This new translation is the first to represent all the main fable collections in ancient Latin and Greek, arranged according to the fables' contents and themes. It includes 600 fables, many of which come from sources never before translated into English."
  • "Forty-two fables whose messages are as relevant today as when they were first told 2500 years ago."
  • "A collection of the brief animal tales with specific morals which are attributed to a Greek slave."
  • "A collection of the brief animal tales with specific morals which are attributed to a Greek slave."@en
  • "Brief tales about animals illustrate moral principles and lessons of life, and include the stories of a crow who decides the grapes he could not reach were sour."@en
  • "Collection of Aesop's fables."@en
  • "An illustrated collection of twenty traditional fables including "The Hares And The Frogs," "The Cat And The Mouse," and "The Wolf And The Heron."@en
  • "An illustrated collection of twenty traditional fables including "The Hares And The Frogs," "The Cat And The Mouse," and "The Wolf And The Heron."
  • "An illustrated collection of stories told by the Greek slave, Aesop, whose wisdom so impressed one master that he was set free."
  • "An illustrated collection of stories told by the Greek slave, Aesop, whose wisdom so impressed one master that he was set free."@en
  • "A collection of familiar short moral tales."@en
  • "A collection of fables from Aesop."
  • "A collection of 234 very short animal fables written by Aesopus of ancient Greece."
  • "A newly illustrated edition of fifty-eight of Aesop's fables."
  • "Collects sixteen of Aesop's fables, including "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," "The Dancing Camel," and "The Hare and the Tortoise.""
  • "A collection of the brief animal tales with specific morals which are attributed to a wise Greek slave. Includes The fox and the grapes, The crow and the pitcher, The dog in the manger, and The shepherd boy and the wolf, among many others."@en
  • "This new translation is the first to represent all the main fable collections in ancient Latin and Greek derived from the legendary Aesop, arranged according to the fables' contents and themes. It includes 600 fables, many of which come from sources never before translated into English. - ;'The story goes that a sow who had delivered a whole litter of piglets loudly accosted a lioness. "How many children do you breed?" asked the sow. "I breed only one", said the lioness, "but it is very well bred!"'The fables of Aesop have become one of the most enduring tradition."@en
  • "A collection of nearly sixty fables from Aesop, including such familiar ones as "The Grasshopper and the Ants," "The North Wind and the Sun," "Androcles and the Lion," "The Troublesome Dog," and "The Fox and the Stork.""
  • "A collection of nearly sixty fables from Aesop, including such familiar ones as "The Grasshopper and the Ants," "The North Wind and the Sun," "Androcles and the Lion," "The Troublesome Dog," and "The Fox and the Stork.""@en
  • "Fables include "The Groaning Mountain," "The Miller's Donkey," "The Hare and the Tortoise," "The Fox and the Grapes," "The Committee of Mice," and "The Fox and the Stork.""@en
  • "An illustrated collection of 200 fables in prose first told by the Greek slave Aesop."
  • "A New Revised Version From Original SourcesTranslated by George Fyler Townsend (1887)With Upwards of 200 Illustrations By Harrison Weir, John Tenniel, Ernest Griset And Others."@en
  • "This timeless collection brings together three hundred of the most enduringly popular of Aesop's fables in a collection that will delight young and old readers alike. Here are all the age old favourites, the wily fox, the vain peacock, the predatory cat and steady tortoise."@en
  • "A collection of 284 animal fables first told by the Greek slave Aesop."@en
  • "Features retellings of the popular fables combined with vibrant illustrations."
  • "Thirty fables of Aesop, including "The Hare and the Tortoise," "The Ant and the Grasshopper," and "Androcles and the Lion.""
  • "A newly-illustrated reissue of the 1934 edition retelling fifteen of Aesop's fables."
  • "A newly-illustrated reissue of the 1934 edition retelling fifteen of Aesop's fables."@en
  • "Presents a collection of over two hundred classic Aesop fables including "The Fox and the Grapes," "The Ants and the Grasshopper," and more."
  • "CLASSIC FICTION. Share the magic of bed-time reading with the books in the Story Time Treasury collection. Classic Bedtime Stories includes more than 20 classic fairytales, and Aesop's Fables includes more than 60 classic fables. Ages 0+"
  • "This is an electronic edition of the complete book complemented by author biography. This book features a table of contents linked to every chapter. The book was designed for optimal navigation on the Kindle, PDA, Smartphone, and other electronic readers. It is formatted to display on all electronic devices including the Kindle, Smartphones and other Mobile Devices with a small display. TABLE OF CONTENTS:The Cock and the Pearl The Wolf and the Lamb The Dog and the Shadow The Lion's Share The Wolf and the Crane The Man and the Serpent The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse The Fox and the Crow Th."@en
  • "A collection of very short animal fables written by Aesopus of ancient Greece."@en
  • "A collection of very short animal fables written by Aesopus of ancient Greece."
  • "A retelling of over 50 classic Aesop fables, including The fox and the grapes and The donkey in the lion's skin."@en
  • "Many of the best-loved fables of Aesop."
  • "Twenty-two of Aesop's famous fables with the moral of each framed in a box."
  • "An illustrated adaptation of fables first told by the Greek slave Aesop."
  • "An illustrated collection of stories told by the Greek slave Aesop, whose wisdom so impressed his master that he was set free."@en
  • "Lots of short, interesting fables."
  • "Seventeen of Aesop's fables, briefly told."
  • "An illustrated collection of twelve fables retold from Aesop."
  • "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse, the Tortoise and the Hare - just two of Aesop's fables brought to dazzling new light in this exquisite edition by Ayano Imai. Together with the familiar tales, an array of other intriguing stories make up a baker's dozen from Aesop, each given a unique charm through Ayano Imai's superb ilustrations."
  • "A collection of over two hundred familiar tales. It includes the best-known examples - the dog in the manger, the boy who cried wolf - and less familiar tales. Each fable has its own sharply pointed moral and individual cast of characters - animals and human."@en
  • "Our online collection of Aesop's Fables includes a total of 655+ Fables, indexed in table format, with morals listed. There are many more on the way. Most were translated into English by Rev. George Fyler Townsend (1814-1900) and Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914) the rest are from Jean De La Fontaine in French and translated to English by several good internet souls. Included are Real Audio narrations, Classic Images, Random Images, Random Fables, Search Engine, Message Forum and much more on the way. Recently added are 127 Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen with 209 Grimms Fairy Tales coming soon along with much more mythology and stories for your reading pleasure."
  • "Juvenile fiction."@en
  • "Juvenile fiction."
  • "Throughout history fables have been a popular method of giving instruction. Fables contain a short narrative that seeks to illustrate a hidden message. Generally, fables use animals or objects as part of the narrative yet the message is designed to apply to humans. By doing this, the fabulist is not perceived as the teacher and this reduces any bias the listeners might have against the person. The most famous fabulist would be Aesop who most date around 620 B.C. Many fables are attributed to Aesop, but it's unclear how many he actually wrote; indeed, his historical existence as a person is under question. Here is a collection of over 300 of Aesop's classics."
  • "A collection of Aesop's famous animal fables."
  • "A collection of animal fables first told by the Greek slave Aesop."
  • "Wonderfully illustrated version of forty-two of the best known fables attributed to Aesop. Each fable features a cast of animals representing a characteristic of human nature and human failings. The tales conceal a powerful moral under their apparent simplicity."
  • "A collection of Aesop's short tales."@en

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  • "Aesops̀ fables /"
  • "Reinaert"
  • "이솝우화"
  • "Oxford world's Classics Aesop's fables : a new translation by Laura Gibbs /"@en
  • "Yi suo yu yan"
  • "Yi suo yu yan"@en
  • "Aesop's fables : a resource of practical and hands-on activities accompanying 12 popular fables /"
  • "Isop uhwa"
  • "Aesop's [Aesopus] Fables."
  • "Aesops Fables"
  • "Fables of aesop"
  • "Fabulae <engl.>"
  • "AEsop's fables."@en
  • "AEsop's fables."
  • "Æsops fables,"@en
  • "Æsop's fables; with drawings by Fritz Kredel."
  • "Aseop's fables /"@en
  • "Aesop's and other fables"
  • "Aesop's fables = Ngụ ngôn Êdốp /"
  • "Æsop's Fables. [A chapbook.]."@en
  • "Aesop's fables = Yisuo yu yan /"@en
  • "Aesops Fables /"@en
  • "Æsop's Fables /"
  • "Æsop's Fables /"@en
  • "AEsop's fables,"
  • "AEsop's fables,"@en
  • "Krilof and his fables"@en
  • "Aesop's fables : in verse /"@en
  • "Æsop's fables;"
  • "Fables."
  • "Aesop's fables : together with the life of Aesop by Mons. De Meziriac."@en
  • "Aesop's fables. [Select fables.]."@en
  • "Aisxopou mythoi"
  • "Æsop's fable;"@en
  • "Aesop's fables ... /"@en
  • "Asop's Fables."
  • "Classics Aesop's fables"@en
  • "Aesop's fables : illustrated."@en
  • "Aesop's fables : illustrated."
  • "Ngụ ngôn Êdốp"
  • "AEsop's fables. /"@ja
  • "[Aesop's fables: S. Croxall's translation."@en
  • "Aesop's fables ;"
  • "Aesop"@en
  • "Æsop's Fables."
  • "Æsop's Fables."@en
  • "Aesop's fables : (a selection) /"@en
  • "Æsop's fables: a new translation"@en
  • "Æsop's fables: a new translation"
  • "Ais⁻opou mythoi"@en
  • "Ais⁻opou mythoi"
  • "Children's treasury Aesop's fables"
  • "Fables"@en
  • "Fables"
  • "The Aesop's fables /"@en
  • "Aseop's fables"@en
  • "Æsop's fables."
  • "Æsop's fables."@en
  • "Ais-opou mythoi"
  • "AEsop's fables"@en
  • "Aesop's fables = yi suo yu yan /"
  • "Aesop's fables = yi suo yu yan /"@en
  • "Aesop's fables. Illustrated."
  • "Æsop's fables"
  • "Æsop's fables"@en
  • "Aesop's fables = Mis︠h︡lėy ʼīzop : 312 tales in Hebrew and English /"@en
  • "伊索寓言"
  • "Aesop's fables : a new translation /"
  • "Aesop's fables : a new translation /"@en
  • "Æsop's fables,"
  • "Æsop's fables,"@en
  • "AEsop's fables /"@ja
  • "AEsop's fables /"@en
  • "AEsop's fables /"
  • "Aesop's fables"@en
  • "Aesop's fables"
  • "sop's fables,"@en
  • "Æsop's Fables. [Illustrated by Jack Orr.]."@en
  • "Aesop's fables ; profusely illustrated."
  • "Aesops fables,"@en
  • "Aesop's fables : a selection. /"@en
  • "Aesops fables /"@en
  • "Aesop's fables. Karen. Selections."
  • "Æsop's fables a new translation /"@en
  • "Æsop's fables. /"@en
  • "AEsop's fables :"
  • "Æsop's Fables : Samuel Croxall's translation with a bibliographical note by Victor Scholderer and numerous facsimiles of Florentine woodcuts."@en
  • "Aesopus."@en
  • "Aesop's fables. Mishle Izop. 312 tales in Hebrew and English."@en
  • "Aesop's Fables with proverbs and applications"@en
  • "Aesop's fables. [With illustrations.]."@en
  • "Aesop's fables : 312 tales in Hebrew and English /"@en
  • "Aesop's fables : second series /"@en
  • "Aesop's fables : illustrated /"
  • "Aesop's Fables = 伊索寓言 /"
  • "Aesop's fables [book and CD]"
  • "Aesop's Fables. 1 English."
  • "Aesop's Fables. 1 English."@en
  • "Aesop's fables. /"
  • "Aesop's fables. /"@en
  • "Aesop's Fables : A new translation by V. S. Vernon Jones, with an introduction by G. K. Chesterton and illustrations by Arthur Rackham."
  • "[Aesop's fables."
  • "Aesopʼs fables /"
  • "Aesop's Fables /"@en
  • "Aesop's Fables /"
  • "Aesop's Fables,"
  • "Æsop's Fables. : [Two lines from Job]."@en
  • "Aesops fables."
  • "Aesops fables."@en
  • "Fables of Æsop"@en
  • "Aesop's fables : with a life of Aesop /"
  • "Aesop's fables [J. Pinkney version] /"@en
  • "Aesop's fables 84 fables."@en
  • "Aesop's fables : profusely illustrated."@en
  • "Aesop's Fables = イソップ物語"
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  • "Aesop's Fables. Translated by John Warrington. Illustrated by Joan Kiddell-Monroe."@en
  • "Aesop's fables: a new translation"@en
  • "... Fables /"
  • "Aesop's fables. : Illustrated."
  • "Aesop's fables. : Illustrated."@en
  • "AESOP's fables /"
  • "Æsop's Fables. Samuel Croxall's translation, with a bibliographical note by Victor Scholderer and numerous facsimiles of Florentine woodcuts."@en
  • "Aesop's Fables = yi suo yu yan /"@en
  • "Aesop's fables : [illustrated]."
  • "sop's fables /"@en
  • "Aesop's fables with a life of Aesop /"
  • "Aesop's fables with a life of Aesop /"@en
  • "伊索寓言."
  • "Aesop's fables : a new translation."
  • "Aesop's fables : a new translation."@en
  • "Isoppu monogatari"@en
  • "Aesop's fables a new version, chiefly from original sources /"
  • "Aesop's fables : a selection /"
  • "Aesop's Fables ... 312 tales in Hebrew and English. By Philip Blackman."@en
  • "Aesop's fables ..."
  • "IF8407 Aesop's fables"@en
  • "Aesop's Fables. [Retold by Mary Cathcart Borer.]."@en
  • "Internet Classics Archive, Aesop's fables by Aesop"
  • "Fables (Aesopus)"@en
  • "Æsop's fables:"
  • "Æsop's fables:"@en
  • "Aesop's fables;"@en
  • "Aesop's fables;"
  • "Aesop's Fables."@en
  • "Aesop's Fables."
  • "Aesop's fables, /"
  • "La vida del Ysopet con sus fabulas hystoriadas."
  • "Aesop's fables /"@en
  • "Aesop's fables /"
  • "Fables of Aesop"
  • "[Aesop's fables /"
  • "Aesop's fables : complete /"@en
  • "Aesop's fables : complete /"
  • "Aesop's fables : a collection of Aesop's fables /"
  • "Aesops̀ fables."
  • "Aesop's fables = 伊索寓言 /"
  • "Aesop's fables (second series) ..."
  • "Sammlung"
  • "Æsop's Fables. [Translated by S. Croxall.]."@en
  • "Aesop's fables : a classic illustrated edition /"
  • "Aesop's fables = Isop uhwa /"
  • "Æsop's fables /"
  • "Æsop's fables /"@en
  • "Aesop's fables."
  • "Aesop's fables."@en
  • "Aesopś Fables"
  • "<>."
  • "Fables of Aesop Index"
  • "Old fables in a new dress"
  • "Old fables in a new dress"@en
  • "Aesop's Fables : Part I ..."@en
  • "Aesop's fables = 이솝우화 /"
  • "Aesop's fables : an anthology of the fabulists of all times."
  • "Aesop's fables,"
  • "Aesop's fables,"@en
  • "Yisuo yu yan"@en
  • "Aesop's fables; a selection."
  • "Yi suo yu yan."@en
  • "?sop's fables /"
  • "AEsop's fables;"
  • "AEsop's fables;"@en
  • "Aesop's Fables"
  • "Aesop's Fables"@en
  • "Aesops fables"@en
  • "Aesops fables"
  • "Aesop's fables, with a life of Aesop"
  • "Aesop's Fables. Edited by Catherine T. Bryce and Edna Turpin."
  • "Æsop's fables : with one hundred and fourteen illustrations by Harrison Weir."
  • "Æsop's Fables. [With illustrations by Edwin Noble.]."@en
  • "Fables,"@en

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