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The Dairywoman and the Pot Of Milk (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 11)

Against the Hard to Suit (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 1)

An Animal In The Moon (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 19)

Belphegor (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 27)

Daphnis And Alcimadure (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 24)

Death and the Dying (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 1)

Death and the Unfortunate (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 15)

Death and the Woodman (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 16)

Democritus and the People Of Abdera (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 26)

Discord (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 20)

Education (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 24)

Epilogue (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 22)

Epilogue (Recueil 2, Livre 11, fable 10)

Filles de Minee (Les) (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 28)

Fortune and the Boy (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 11)

Jupiter and the Farmer (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 4)

Jupiter and the Passenger (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 13)

Jupiter and the Thunderbolts (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 20)

Love And Folly (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 14)

Nothing Too Much (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 11)

Philemon and Baucis (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 25)

Philomel And Progne (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 15)

Phoebus And Boreas (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 3)

Simonides Preserved By The Gods (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 14)

The Acorn and the Pumpkin (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 4)

The Animals Sending Tribute To Alexander (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 12)

The Animals Sick of the Plague (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 2)

The Ape (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 19)

The Arbiter, the Almoner, and the Hermit (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 29)

The Ass And His Masters (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 11)

The Ass and the Dog (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 17)

The Ass and the Little Dog (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 5)

The Ass Carrying Relics (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 14)

The Ass Dressed In The Lion's Skin (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 21)

The Ass Loaded With Sponges, and the Ass Loaded With Salt (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 10)

The Astrologer Who Stumbled Into A Well (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 13)

The Bat and the Two Weasels (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 5)

The Bat, the Bush, and the Duck (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 7)

The Battle of the Rats and the Weasels (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 6)

The Bear and the Amateur Gardener (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 10)

The Bear and the Two Companions (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 20)

The Bird Wounded By An Arrow (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 6)

The Bitch And Her Friend (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 7)

The Boy and the Schoolmaster (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 19)

The Burier And His Comrade (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 4)

The Camel and the Floating Sticks (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 10)

The Carter In The Mire (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 18)

The Cat and the Fox (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 14)

The Cat and the Old Rat (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 18)

The Cat and the Rat (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 22)

The Cat and the Two Sparrows (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 2)

The Cat Metamorphosed Into A Woman (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 18)

The Cat, the Weasel, and the Young Rabbit (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 17)

The Charlatan (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 19)

The City Rat and the Country Rat (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 9)

The Coach and the Fly (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 10)

The Cobbler and the Financier (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 2)

The Cock and the Fox (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 15)

The Cock and the Pearl (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 20)

The Cockerel, the Cat, and the Young Mouse (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 5)

The Companions of Ulysses (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 1)

The Council Held By The Rats (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 2)

The Countryman and the Serpent (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 13)

The Curate and the Corpse (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 12)

The Doctors (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 12)

The Dog That Carried His Master's Dinner (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 7)

The Dog That Dropped The Substance For The Shadow (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 17)

The Dog Whose Ears Were Cropped (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 8)

The Dove and the Ant (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 12)

The Dragon With Many Heads, and the Dragon With Many Tails (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 12)

The Drunkard And His Wife (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 7)

The Eagle and the Beetle (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 8)

The Eagle and the Magpie (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 11)

The Eagle and the Owl (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 18)

The Eagle, the Wild Sow, and the Cat (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 6)

The Ears of the Hare (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 4)

The Earthen Pot and the Iron Pot (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 2)

The Elephant and the Ape Of Jupiter (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 21)

The English Fox (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 23)

The Eye of the Master (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 21)

The Faithless Depositary (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 1)

The Falcon and the Capon (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 21)

The Farmer, the Dog, and the Fox (Recueil 2, Livre 11, fable 3)

The Fishes and the Cormorant (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 3)

The Fishes and the Shepherd Who Played The Flute (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 10)

The Fly and the Ant (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 3)

The Fool and the Sage (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 22)

The Fool Who Sold Wisdom (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 8)

The Fortune-Tellers (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 16)

The Fowler, the Hawk, and the Lark (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 15)

The Fox and the Bust (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 14)

The Fox and the Goat (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 5)

The Fox and the Grapes (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 11)

The Fox and the Stork (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 18)

The Fox and the Turkeys (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 18)

The Fox With His Tail Cut Off (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 5)

The Fox, the Flies, and the Hedgehog (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 13)

The Fox, the Monkey, and the Animals (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 6)

The Fox, the Wolf, and the Horse (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 17)

The Frog and the Rat (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 11)

The Frog That Wished to Be As Big As the Ox (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 3)

The Frogs Asking A King (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 4)

The Funeral of the Lioness (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 14)

The Gardener And His Lord (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 4)

The Gods Wishing to Instruct a Son of Jupiter (Recueil 2, Livre 11, fable 2)

The Gout and the Spider (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 8)

The Grasshopper and the Ant (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 1)

The Hare and the Frogs (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 14)

The Hare and the Partridge (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 17)

The Hare and the Tortoise (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 10)

The Head and the Tail of the Serpent (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 18)

The Heifer, the Goat, and the Sheep, In Company With The Lion (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 6)

The Hen With The Golden Eggs (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 13)

The Heron (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 5)

The Hog, the Goat, and the Sheep (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 12)

The Hornets and the Bees (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 21)

The Horoscope (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 16)

The Horse and the Ass (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 16)

The Horse and the Wolf (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 8)

The Horse Wishing To Be Revenged On The Stag (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 13)

The Husband, the Wife, and the Thief (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 15)

The Ill-Married (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 3)

The Ingratitude And Injustice Of Men Towards Fortune (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 15)

The Jay In The Feathers of the Peacock (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 9)

The Joker and the Fishes (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 8)

The King, the Kite, and the Falconer (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 12)

The Kite and the Nightingale (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 18)

The Lark And Her Young Ones With The Owner Of A Field (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 22)

The Lion (Recueil 2, Livre 11, fable 1)

The Lion and the Ass Hunting (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 19)

The Lion and the Gnat (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 9)

The Lion and the Hunter (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 2)

The Lion and the Rat (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 11)

The Lion Beaten By The Man (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 10)

The Lion Going To War (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 19)

The Lion Grown Old (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 14)

The Lion In Love (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 1)

The Lion's Court (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 8)

The Lion, the Monkey, and the Two Asses (Recueil 2, Livre 11, fable 5)

The Lion, the Wolf, and the Fox (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 3)

The Lioness and the Bear (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 12)

The Little Fish and the Fisher (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 3)

The Lobster And Her Daughter (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 10)

The Maid (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 6)

The Man And His Image (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 11)

The Man and the Adder (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 1)

The Man and the Flea (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 5)

The Man and the Wooden God (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 8)

The Man Between Two Ages, And His Two Mistresses (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 17)

The Man Who Ran After Fortune, and the Man Who Waited For Her In His Bed (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 13)

The Matron Of Ephesus (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 26)

The Members and the Belly (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 2)

The Merchant, the Noble, the Shepherd, and the King's Son (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 15)

The Mice and the Owl (Recueil 2, Livre 11, fable 9)

The Miller, His Son, and the Ass (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 1)

The Miser and the Monkey (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 3)

The Miser Who Had Lost His Treasure (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 20)

The Mogul's Dream (Recueil 2, Livre 11, fable 4)

The Monkey and the Cat (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 17)

The Monkey and the Dolphin (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 7)

The Monkey and the Leopard (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 3)

The Mountain In Labour (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 10)

The Mouse Metamorphosed Into A Maid (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 7)

The Mule Boasting Of His Genealogy (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 7)

The Oak and the Reed (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 22)

The Old Cat and the Young Mouse (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 5)

The Old Man And His Sons (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 18)

The Old Man and the Ass (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 8)

The Old Man and the Three Young Ones (Recueil 2, Livre 11, fable 8)

The Old Woman And Her Two Servants (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 6)

The Oracle and the Atheist (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 19)

The Oyster and the Litigants (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 9)

The Partridge and the Cocks (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 7)

The Pashaw and the Merchant (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 18)

The Peacock Complaining To Juno (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 17)

The Peasant of the Danube (Recueil 2, Livre 11, fable 7)

The Ploughman And His Sons (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 9)

The Power Of Fables (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 4)

The Quarrel of the Dogs And Cats, And That of the Cats And Mice (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 8)

The Rabbits (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 14)

The Rat and the Elephant (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 15)

The Rat and the Oyster (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 9)

The Rat Retired From The World (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 4)

The Raven and the Fox (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 2)

The Raven Wishing To Imitate The Eagle (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 16)

The Raven, the Gazelle, the Tortoise, and the Rat (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 15)

The Satyr and the Traveller (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 7)

The Schoolboy, the Pedant, and the Owner Of A Garden (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 5)

The Sculptor and the Statue Of Jupiter (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 6)

The Scythian Philosopher (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 20)

The Serpent and the File (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 16)

The Shepherd And His Flock (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 19)

The Shepherd and the King (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 9)

The Shepherd and the Lion (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 1)

The Shepherd and the Sea (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 2)

The Sick Lion and the Fox (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 14)

The Sick Stag (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 6)

The Spider and the Swallow (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 6)

The Stag and the Vine (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 15)

The Stag Seeing Himself In The Water (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 9)

The Sun and the Frogs (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 12)

The Swallow and the Little Birds (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 8)

The Swan and the Cook (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 12)

The Thieves and the Ass (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 13)

The Torrent and the River (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 23)

The Tortoise and the Two Ducks (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 2)

The Treasure and the Two Men (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 16)

The Two Adventurers and the Talisman (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 13)

The Two Bulls and the Frog (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 4)

The Two Cocks (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 14)

The Two Dogs and the Dead Ass (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 25)

The Two Doves (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 2)

The Two Friends (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 11)

The Two Goats (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 4)

The Two Mules (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 4)

The Two Parrots, the King, And His Son (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 11)

The Two Rats, the Fox, and the Egg (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 20)

The Use Of Knowledge (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 19)

The Vultures and the Pigeons (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 9)

The Wallet (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 7)

The Wax-Candle (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 12)

The Weasel In The Granary (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 17)

The Will Explained By Aesop (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 20)

The Wishes (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 7)

The Wolf Accusing The Fox Before The Monkey (Recueil 1, Livre 2, fable 3)

The Wolf and the Dog (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 5)

The Wolf and the Fox (Recueil 2, Livre 11, fable 6)

The Wolf and the Fox (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 9)

The Wolf and the Hunter (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 27)

The Wolf and the Lamb (Recueil 1, Livre 1, fable 10)

The Wolf and the Lean Dog (Recueil 2, Livre 9, fable 10)

The Wolf and the Shepherds (Recueil 2, Livre 10, fable 5)

The Wolf and the Stork (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 9)

The Wolf Turned Shepherd (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 3)

The Wolf, the Goat, and the Kid (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 15)

The Wolf, the Mother, And Her Child (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 16)

The Wolves and the Sheep (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 13)

The Woman Drowned (Recueil 1, Livre 3, fable 16)

The Women and the Secret (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 6)

The Woodman and Mercury (Recueil 1, Livre 5, fable 1)

The Woods and the Woodman (Recueil 3, Livre 12, fable 16)

The Words Of Socrates (Recueil 1, Livre 4, fable 17)

The Young Widow (Recueil 1, Livre 6, fable 21)

Thyrsis And Amaranth (Recueil 2, Livre 8, fable 13)

To Madame De Montespan (Recueil 2, Livre 7, fable 1)

 

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Recueil 1

Livre n° 1

1 - The Grasshopper and the Ant

2 - The Raven and the Fox

3 - The Frog That Wished to Be As Big As the Ox

4 - The Two Mules

5 - The Wolf and the Dog

6 - The Heifer, the Goat, and the Sheep, In Company With The Lion

7 - The Wallet

8 - The Swallow and the Little Birds

9 - The City Rat and the Country Rat

10 - The Wolf and the Lamb

11 - The Man And His Image

12 - The Dragon With Many Heads, and the Dragon With Many Tails

13 - The Thieves and the Ass

14 - Simonides Preserved By The Gods

15 - Death and the Unfortunate

16 - Death and the Woodman

17 - The Man Between Two Ages, And His Two Mistresses

18 - The Fox and the Stork

19 - The Boy and the Schoolmaster

20 - The Cock and the Pearl

21 - The Hornets and the Bees

22 - The Oak and the Reed

Livre n° 2

1 - Against the Hard to Suit

2 - The Council Held By The Rats

3 - The Wolf Accusing The Fox Before The Monkey

4 - The Two Bulls and the Frog

5 - The Bat and the Two Weasels

6 - The Bird Wounded By An Arrow

7 - The Bitch And Her Friend

8 - The Eagle and the Beetle

9 - The Lion and the Gnat

10 - The Ass Loaded With Sponges, and the Ass Loaded With Salt

11 - The Lion and the Rat

12 - The Dove and the Ant

13 - The Astrologer Who Stumbled Into A Well

14 - The Hare and the Frogs

15 - The Cock and the Fox

16 - The Raven Wishing To Imitate The Eagle

17 - The Peacock Complaining To Juno

18 - The Cat Metamorphosed Into A Woman

19 - The Lion and the Ass Hunting

20 - The Will Explained By Aesop

Livre n° 3

1 - The Miller, His Son, and the Ass

2 - The Members and the Belly

3 - The Wolf Turned Shepherd

4 - The Frogs Asking A King

5 - The Fox and the Goat

6 - The Eagle, the Wild Sow, and the Cat

7 - The Drunkard And His Wife

8 - The Gout and the Spider

9 - The Wolf and the Stork

10 - The Lion Beaten By The Man

11 - The Fox and the Grapes

12 - The Swan and the Cook

13 - The Wolves and the Sheep

14 - The Lion Grown Old

15 - Philomel And Progne

16 - The Woman Drowned

17 - The Weasel In The Granary

18 - The Cat and the Old Rat

Livre n° 4

1 - The Lion In Love

2 - The Shepherd and the Sea

3 - The Fly and the Ant

4 - The Gardener And His Lord

5 - The Ass and the Little Dog

6 - The Battle of the Rats and the Weasels

7 - The Monkey and the Dolphin

8 - The Man and the Wooden God

9 - The Jay In The Feathers of the Peacock

10 - The Camel and the Floating Sticks

11 - The Frog and the Rat

12 - The Animals Sending Tribute To Alexander

13 - The Horse Wishing To Be Revenged On The Stag

14 - The Fox and the Bust

15 - The Wolf, the Goat, and the Kid

16 - The Wolf, the Mother, And Her Child

17 - The Words Of Socrates

18 - The Old Man And His Sons

19 - The Oracle and the Atheist

20 - The Miser Who Had Lost His Treasure

21 - The Eye of the Master

22 - The Lark And Her Young Ones With The Owner Of A Field

Livre n° 5

1 - The Woodman and Mercury

2 - The Earthen Pot and the Iron Pot

3 - The Little Fish and the Fisher

4 - The Ears of the Hare

5 - The Fox With His Tail Cut Off

6 - The Old Woman And Her Two Servants

7 - The Satyr and the Traveller

8 - The Horse and the Wolf

9 - The Ploughman And His Sons

10 - The Mountain In Labour

11 - Fortune and the Boy

12 - The Doctors

13 - The Hen With The Golden Eggs

14 - The Ass Carrying Relics

15 - The Stag and the Vine

16 - The Serpent and the File

17 - The Hare and the Partridge

18 - The Eagle and the Owl

19 - The Lion Going To War

20 - The Bear and the Two Companions

21 - The Ass Dressed In The Lion's Skin

Livre n° 6

1 - The Shepherd and the Lion

2 - The Lion and the Hunter

3 - Phoebus And Boreas

4 - Jupiter and the Farmer

5 - The Cockerel, the Cat, and the Young Mouse

6 - The Fox, the Monkey, and the Animals

7 - The Mule Boasting Of His Genealogy

8 - The Old Man and the Ass

9 - The Stag Seeing Himself In The Water

10 - The Hare and the Tortoise

11 - The Ass And His Masters

12 - The Sun and the Frogs

13 - The Countryman and the Serpent

14 - The Sick Lion and the Fox

15 - The Fowler, the Hawk, and the Lark

16 - The Horse and the Ass

17 - The Dog That Dropped The Substance For The Shadow

18 - The Carter In The Mire

19 - The Charlatan

20 - Discord

21 - The Young Widow

22 - Epilogue

Recueil 2

Livre n° 7

1 - To Madame De Montespan

2 - The Animals Sick of the Plague

3 - The Ill-Married

4 - The Rat Retired From The World

5 - The Heron

6 - The Maid

7 - The Wishes

8 - The Lion's Court

9 - The Vultures and the Pigeons

10 - The Coach and the Fly

11 - The Dairywoman and the Pot Of Milk

12 - The Curate and the Corpse

13 - The Man Who Ran After Fortune, and the Man Who Waited For Her In His Bed

14 - The Two Cocks

15 - The Ingratitude And Injustice Of Men Towards Fortune

16 - The Fortune-Tellers

17 - The Cat, the Weasel, and the Young Rabbit

18 - The Head and the Tail of the Serpent

19 - An Animal In The Moon

Livre n° 8

1 - Death and the Dying

2 - The Cobbler and the Financier

3 - The Lion, the Wolf, and the Fox

4 - The Power Of Fables

5 - The Man and the Flea

6 - The Women and the Secret

7 - The Dog That Carried His Master's Dinner

8 - The Joker and the Fishes

9 - The Rat and the Oyster

10 - The Bear and the Amateur Gardener

11 - The Two Friends

12 - The Hog, the Goat, and the Sheep

13 - Thyrsis And Amaranth

14 - The Funeral of the Lioness

15 - The Rat and the Elephant

16 - The Horoscope

17 - The Ass and the Dog

18 - The Pashaw and the Merchant

19 - The Use Of Knowledge

20 - Jupiter and the Thunderbolts

21 - The Falcon and the Capon

22 - The Cat and the Rat

23 - The Torrent and the River

24 - Education

25 - The Two Dogs and the Dead Ass

26 - Democritus and the People Of Abdera

27 - The Wolf and the Hunter

Livre n° 9

1 - The Faithless Depositary

2 - The Two Doves

3 - The Monkey and the Leopard

4 - The Acorn and the Pumpkin

5 - The Schoolboy, the Pedant, and the Owner Of A Garden

6 - The Sculptor and the Statue Of Jupiter

7 - The Mouse Metamorphosed Into A Maid

8 - The Fool Who Sold Wisdom

9 - The Oyster and the Litigants

10 - The Wolf and the Lean Dog

11 - Nothing Too Much

12 - The Wax-Candle

13 - Jupiter and the Passenger

14 - The Cat and the Fox

15 - The Husband, the Wife, and the Thief

16 - The Treasure and the Two Men

17 - The Monkey and the Cat

18 - The Kite and the Nightingale

19 - The Shepherd And His Flock

20 - The Two Rats, the Fox, and the Egg

Livre n° 10

1 - The Man and the Adder

2 - The Tortoise and the Two Ducks

3 - The Fishes and the Cormorant

4 - The Burier And His Comrade

5 - The Wolf and the Shepherds

6 - The Spider and the Swallow

7 - The Partridge and the Cocks

8 - The Dog Whose Ears Were Cropped

9 - The Shepherd and the King

10 - The Fishes and the Shepherd Who Played The Flute

11 - The Two Parrots, the King, And His Son

12 - The Lioness and the Bear

13 - The Two Adventurers and the Talisman

14 - The Rabbits

15 - The Merchant, the Noble, the Shepherd, and the King's Son

Livre n° 11

1 - The Lion

2 - The Gods Wishing to Instruct a Son of Jupiter

3 - The Farmer, the Dog, and the Fox

4 - The Mogul's Dream

5 - The Lion, the Monkey, and the Two Asses

6 - The Wolf and the Fox

7 - The Peasant of the Danube

8 - The Old Man and the Three Young Ones

9 - The Mice and the Owl

10 - Epilogue

Recueil 3

Livre n° 12

1 - The Companions of Ulysses

2 - The Cat and the Two Sparrows

3 - The Miser and the Monkey

4 - The Two Goats

5 - The Old Cat and the Young Mouse

6 - The Sick Stag

7 - The Bat, the Bush, and the Duck

8 - The Quarrel of the Dogs And Cats, And That of the Cats And Mice

9 - The Wolf and the Fox

10 - The Lobster And Her Daughter

11 - The Eagle and the Magpie

12 - The King, the Kite, and the Falconer

13 - The Fox, the Flies, and the Hedgehog

14 - Love And Folly

15 - The Raven, the Gazelle, the Tortoise, and the Rat

16 - The Woods and the Woodman

17 - The Fox, the Wolf, and the Horse

18 - The Fox and the Turkeys

19 - The Ape

20 - The Scythian Philosopher

21 - The Elephant and the Ape Of Jupiter

22 - The Fool and the Sage

23 - The English Fox

24 - Daphnis And Alcimadure

25 - Philemon and Baucis

26 - The Matron Of Ephesus

27 - Belphegor

28 - Filles de Minee (Les)

29 - The Arbiter, the Almoner, and the Hermit

Famous proverbs

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Well ! dance now
(The Cicada and the Ant, Livre I, Fable 1)

Every flatterer lives at the expense of he who listens to him
(The Corbel and the Fox, I, 2)

Any middle-class man wants to build like the large lords
(The Frog which wants to be done as large as Ox, I, 3)

We forgive each other all, and anything with the other men
(The Double sack, I, 7)

Whoever saw much, can have retained much
(The Swallow and small Birds, I, 8)

Rather to suffer that to die
(Death the Logger, I, 16)

Ashamed as a fox which a hen would have taken
(The Fox and the Stork, I, 18)

I fold and do not break
(The Oak and the Reed, I, 22)

The delicate ones are unhappy
(Against those which have the difficult taste, II, 1)

It is need to carry out, One does not meet more anybody
(The Council held by the Rats, II, 2)

From time immemorial, the small ones suffered from the stupidities of large
(Two bulls and a frog, II, 4)

Live the King ! Live the League
(The Bat and two Weasels, II, 5)

Let take a foot on your premise to them, They will have taken four soon of them
(The String and her partner, II, 7)

It is necessary as much as one can oblige everyone: One often needs smaller than oneself
(The Lion and the Rat, II, 11)

Because that to make in a list unless one thinks…
(The Hare and Frogs, II, 14)

Because it is double pleasure of misleading the misleading one
(The Cock and the Fox, II, 15)

Brain is quite insane Which claims to satisfy everyone and his/her father
(The Miller, his Son and the Ass, III, 1)

As much judgment than of barb to the chin…
(The Fox and the Goat, III, 5)

In any thing it is necessary to consider the end
(The Fox and the Goat, III, 5)

They are too green says it, and goods for the boors
(The Fox and grapes, III, 11)

But is to suffer twice that to suffer your attacks
(The Lion become old, III, 14)

… Mistrust is mother of safety
(The Cat and an old Rat, III, 18)

Love, love, when you hold us, One can say well: Good-bye prudence
(The Lion in love, IV, 1)

Let us not force our talent; We would not do anything with grace
(The Ass and the Puppy, IV, 5)

By far it is something, and of close it is nothing
(The floating Camel and sticks, IV, 10)

… Corsairs with corsairs, One the other attacking itself, do not make their deals
(Tribute sent by the animals to Alexandre, IV, 12)

… A good Without which the others are nothing
(The horse being wanted to avenge for the stag, IV, 13)

Beautiful head, he says, but brain not
(The Fox and the bust, IV, 14)

Show me white leg, or I will not open
(The Wolf, the Goat and the Kid, IV, 15)

Put a stone at the place, It will be worth you as much
(The Miserly one which lost its treasure, IV, 20)

It is to see only the eye of the Master
(The eye of the Master, IV, 21)

Only await you only you
(The Lark and its small with the Master of a field, IV, 22)

A full comedy with hundred various acts And whose scene is the universe
(The Logger and mercury, V, 1)

Tall oaks from little acorns grow
(The Small fish and the fisherman, V, 3)

One hold is worth, this says one, better than two you will have it
(The Small fish and the fisherman, V, 3)

Back those whose mouth blows the heat and the cold
(The Satyr and the Passer by, V, 7)

… Work is a treasure
(The Plowman and his children, V, 9)

Avarice loses while wanting all to gain
(The Goose that lays the golden eggs, V, 13)

One should never make fun of the poor wretches
(The Hare and the Partridge, V, 17)

To sell the skin of the bear…
(The Bear and two companions, V, 20)

A naked morals brings trouble; The tale makes pass the precept with him
(The Shepherd and the Lion, VI, 1)

More made softness than violence
(Phébus and Borée, VI, 3)

To judge people on the mine
(The Cockerel, the Cat and the Baby mouse, VI, 5)

Slow and steady wins the race
(The Hare and the Tortoise, VI, 10)

God preserves us voyage
(Stuck Chartier, VI, 18)

God helps those who help themselves
(Stuck Chartier, VI, 18)

… Before the business, the king, the ass or me, we will die
(The Charlatan, VI, 19)

On the Wings of time, sadness flies away
(The Young Widow, VI, 21)

Far from exhausting a matter, one should about it take only the flower
(Epilog, VI, vers 3-4)

They all did not die, but all were struck
(Sick animals of the plague, VII, 1)

… You made them Seigneur, by crunching them much honor
(Sick animals of the plague, VII, 1)

According to whether you are powerful or miserable, the judgments of court will return to you white or black
(Sick animals of the plague, VII, 1)

Most accommodating, they are most skilful
(The Heron, VII, 4)

They asked wisdom: It is a treasure which does not embarrass
(Wishes, VII, 6)

Who does not make Castle in Spain
(The Dairy one and the Pot with milk, VII, 10)

One is right always, the destiny always wrong
(The Ingratitude and the Injustice of the Men towards fortune, VII, 14)

Death does not surprise the wise one
(Death and Dying it, VIII, 1)

Most similar to deaths dies more in regret
(Death and Dying it, VIII, 1)

If Skin of ass were told to me, I would take an extreme pleasure there
(Power of the fables, VIII, 4)

It's a case of the biter bit
(The Rat and the Oyster, VIII, 9)

It is good to speak, and better to keep silent itself; But both are bad whereas they are outraged
(The Bear and the amateur of the gardens, VIII, 10)

The gardens speak little, if it is not in my book
(The Bear and the amateur of the gardens, VIII, 10)

Nothing is so dangerous that a friendly ignoramus
(The Bear and the amateur of the gardens, VIII, 10)

That a true friend is a soft thing
(Two Friends, VIII, 11)

Populate chameleon, people apes of the Master
(Funerals of the Lioness, VIII, 14)

They will swallow the soft food, you will be their friend
(Funerals of the Lioness, VIII, 14)

To believe a character is extremely common in France
(The Rat and the Elephant, VIII, 15)

It is necessary between helping; It is the law of nature
(The Ass and the Puppy, VIII, 17)

Dressed in June as in December
(The Advantage of science, VIII, 19)

Make sure one on alliance that made the need
(The Cat and the Rat, VIII, 22)

People without noise are dangerous
(The Torrent and the River, VIII, 23)

The absence is largest of the evils
(Two Pigeons, IX, 2)

… This age is without pity
(Two Pigeons, IX, 2)

Lovers, happy lovers, want you to travel
(Two Pigeons, IX, 2)

You hold place of all, count for nothing the remainder
(Two Pigeons, IX, 2)

I spent time to like
(Two Pigeons, IX, 2)

God does well what it does
(The Nipple and the Pumpkin, IX, 4)

It will be god, table or basin
(The Jupiter Sculptor and Statue, IX, 6)

Hold, the court gives you to each one a scale
(The Oyster and Litigants, IX, 9)

Let us have only one of them, but that it is good
(The Cat and the Fox, IX, 14)

On various flowers the bee rests there, and made honey of any thing
(Speech with Madam of the Sand pit, IX, vers 22-23)

Readily lame people hate the home
(The Tortoise and two Ducks, X, 2)

Less people than one can with the entour of the cake
(Speech with Mr. the duke of Rochefoucauld, X, 14)

But the shortest works are always the best
(Speech with Mr. the duke of Rochefoucauld, X, 14)

Goods pure, present of the Sky, which are born under the steps. loneliness where I find a softness secret
(The Dream of an Inhabitant of Mogol, XI, 4)

I will have lived without care, and will die without remorse
(The Dream of an Inhabitant of Mogol, XI, 4)

Still passes to build; but to plant at this age
(The Old man and three young men, XI, 8)

My grand-nephews will owe me this shade
(The Old man and three young men, XI, 8)

Because all speaks in the universe; it is nothing which does not have its language
(Epilog, XI, vers 7-8)

Old age is pitiless
(The Old Cat and the Young Mouse, XII, 5)

With which to give the price? In the middle, if one believes me
(The Corbel, the Gazelle, the Tortoise and the Rat, XII, 15)

That of any unknown the wise one is wary
(The Fox, the Wolf and the Horse, XII, 17)

The worst species, it is the author
(The Monkey, XII, 19)

They make cease living before one died
(The Scythian Philosopher, XII, 20)

For you to better contemplate, remain with the desert
(The Judge referee, the Hospital one and the Recluse, XII, 24)

 

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