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The Baby\'s Own Aesop Aesop

The Baby\'s Own Aesop

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    The Baby\'s Own Aesop

    Editorial: anboco

    Idioma: Inglés

    ISBN: 9783736407411

    Formatos: ePub (con DRM de Adobe)

    Compatibles con: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android & eReaders

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      The Baby\'s Own Aesop Aesop

      The Baby\'s Own Aesop

      Medios de pago

        The Baby\'s Own Aesop

        Editorial: anboco

        Idioma: Inglés

        ISBN: 9783736407411

        Formatos: ePub (con DRM de Adobe)

        Compatibles con: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android & eReaders

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          Sinopsis
          The Fox and the GrapesThe Cock and the Pearl—The Wolf and the LambThe Wind and the SunKing Log and King StorkThe Frightened LionThe Mouse and the Lion—The Married MouseHercules and the WaggonerThe Lazy HousemaidsThe Snake and the File—The Fox and the CrowThe Dog in the Manger—The Frog and the BullThe Fox and the CraneHorse and Man—The Ass and the EnemyThe Fox and the Mosquitoes—The Fox and the LionThe Miser and his Gold—The Golden EggsThe Man that pleased NoneThe Oak and the Reeds—The Fir and the BrambleThe Trees and the WoodmanThe Hart and the VineThe Man and the SnakeThe Fox and the MaskThe Ass in the Lion's SkinThe Lion and the StatueThe BoasterThe Vain JackdawThe Peacock's ComplaintThe Two Jars—The Two CrabsBrother and SisterThe Fox without a TailThe Dog and the ShadowThe Crow and the Pitcher—The Eagle and the CrowThe Blind DoeThe Geese and the CranesThe Trumpeter taken PrisonerHot and ColdNeither Beast nor BirdThe Stag in the Ox-stall—The Deer and the LionThe Lion in LoveThe Cat and Venus—Mice in CouncilThe Hen and the Fox—The Cat and the FoxThe Hare and the Tortoise—The Hares and the FrogsPorcupine, Snake and Company—The Bear and the BeesThe Bundle of SticksThe Farmer's TreasureThe Cock, the Ass, and the Lion—The Ass and the Lap DogFortune and the BoyThe Ungrateful Wolf—The Fisherman and the FishThe Herdsman's Votes—The Horse and the AssThe Ass and the Sick Lion
          Acerca de Aesop

          The Greek fabulist Aesop is thought to have lived from 620 to 560 BC. Legend depicts him as a slave with a gift for talking his way out of trouble or punishment, often reciting his fables to illustrate an injustice or human folly. He is also often described as having many physical deformities and a speech impediment. Mentioned by other classical writers such as Herodotus and Aristotle, Aesop is believed to have died by being thrown off a cliff in punishment for stealing a precious goblet.

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