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Aesop's Fables 01-30 = 伊索寓言(第一篇至第三十篇)

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  • 出版年:2011[民100]
  • 出版社:Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation 甦活全球網路
  • 出版地:Salt Lake City, UT. 臺北市

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簡介

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 story of the tortoise and the hare, or the boy who cried wolf?

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  • Aesop's Fables(p.navPoint-1)
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  • Aesop(p.navPoint-1)
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  • PREFACE(p.navPoint-5)
  • The Wolf And The Lamb(p.navPoint-6)
  • The Bat And The Weasels(p.navPoint-7)
  • The Ass And The Grasshopper(p.navPoint-8)
  • The Lion And The Mouse(p.navPoint-9)
  • The Charcoal–Burner And The Fuller(p.navPoint-10)
  • The Father And His Sons(p.navPoint-11)
  • The Boy Hunting Locusts(p.navPoint-12)
  • The Cock and the Jewel(p.navPoint-13)
  • The Kingdom of the Lion(p.navPoint-14)
  • The Wolf and the Crane(p.navPoint-15)
  • The Fisherman Piping(p.navPoint-16)
  • Hercules and the Wagoner(p.navPoint-17)
  • The Ants and the Grasshopper(p.navPoint-18)
  • The Traveler and His Dog(p.navPoint-19)
  • The Dog and the Shadow(p.navPoint-20)
  • The Mole and His Mother(p.navPoint-21)
  • The Herdsman and the Lost Bull(p.navPoint-22)
  • The Hare and the Tortoise(p.navPoint-23)
  • The Pomegranate, Apple–Tree, and Bramble(p.navPoint-24)
  • The Farmer and the Stork(p.navPoint-25)
  • The Farmer and the Snake(p.navPoint-26)
  • The Fawn and His Mother(p.navPoint-27)
  • The Bear and the Fox(p.navPoint-28)
  • The Swallow and the Crow(p.navPoint-29)
  • The Mountain in Labor(p.navPoint-30)
  • The Ass, the Fox, and the Lion(p.navPoint-31)
  • The Tortoise and the Eagle(p.navPoint-32)
  • The Flies and the Honey–Pot(p.navPoint-33)
  • The Man and the Lion(p.navPoint-34)
  • The Farmer and the Cranes(p.navPoint-35)
  • The Dog in the Manger(p.navPoint-36)
  • The Fox and the Goat(p.navPoint-37)
  • The Bear and the Two Travelers(p.navPoint-38)
  • The Oxen and the Axle–Trees(p.navPoint-39)
  • The Thirsty Pigeon(p.navPoint-40)
  • The Raven and the Swan(p.navPoint-41)
  • The Goat and the Goatherd(p.navPoint-42)
  • The Miser(p.navPoint-43)
  • The Sick Lion(p.navPoint-44)
  • The Horse and Groom(p.navPoint-45)
  • The Ass and the Lapdog(p.navPoint-46)
  • The Lioness(p.navPoint-47)
  • The Boasting Traveler(p.navPoint-48)
  • The Cat and the Cock(p.navPoint-49)
  • The Piglet, the Sheep, and the Goat(p.navPoint-50)
  • The Boy and the Filberts(p.navPoint-51)
  • The Lion in Love(p.navPoint-52)
  • The Laborer and the Snake(p.navPoint-53)
  • The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing(p.navPoint-54)
  • The Ass and the Mule(p.navPoint-55)
  • The Frogs Asking for a King(p.navPoint-56)
  • The Boys and the Frogs(p.navPoint-57)
  • The Sick Stag(p.navPoint-58)
  • The Salt Merchant and His Ass(p.navPoint-59)
  • The Oxen and the Butchers(p.navPoint-60)
  • The Lion, the Mouse, and the Fox(p.navPoint-61)
  • The Vain Jackdaw(p.navPoint-62)
  • The Goatherd and the Wild Goats(p.navPoint-63)
  • Old friends cannot with impunity be sacrificed for new ones.(p.navPoint-64)
  • The Mischievous Dog(p.navPoint-65)
  • The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail(p.navPoint-66)
  • The Boy and the Nettles(p.navPoint-67)
  • The Man and His Two Sweethearts(p.navPoint-68)
  • The Astronomer(p.navPoint-69)
  • The Wolves and the Sheep(p.navPoint-70)
  • The Old Woman and the Physician(p.navPoint-71)
  • The Fighting Cocks and the Eagle(p.navPoint-72)
  • The Charger and the Miller(p.navPoint-73)
  • The Fox and the Monkey(p.navPoint-74)
  • The Horse and His Rider(p.navPoint-75)
  • The Belly and the Members(p.navPoint-76)
  • The Vine and the Goat(p.navPoint-77)
  • Jupiter and the Monkey(p.navPoint-78)
  • The Widow and Her Little Maidens(p.navPoint-79)
  • The Shepherd's Boy and the Wolf(p.navPoint-80)
  • The Cat and the Birds(p.navPoint-81)
  • The Kid and the Wolf(p.navPoint-82)
  • The Ox and the Frog(p.navPoint-83)
  • The Shepherd and the Wolf(p.navPoint-84)
  • The Father and His Two Daughters(p.navPoint-85)
  • The Farmer and His Sons(p.navPoint-86)
  • The Crab and Its Mother(p.navPoint-87)
  • The Heifer and the Ox(p.navPoint-88)
  • The Swallow, the Serpent, and the Court of Justice(p.navPoint-89)
  • The Thief and His Mother(p.navPoint-90)
  • The Old Man and Death(p.navPoint-91)
  • The Fir–Tree and the Bramble(p.navPoint-92)
  • The Mouse, the Frog, and the Hawk(p.navPoint-93)
  • The Man Bitten by a Dog(p.navPoint-94)
  • The Two Pots(p.navPoint-95)
  • The Wolf and the Sheep(p.navPoint-96)
  • The Aethiop(p.navPoint-97)
  • The Fisherman and His Nets(p.navPoint-98)
  • The Huntsman and the Fisherman(p.navPoint-99)
  • The Old Woman and the Wine–Jar(p.navPoint-100)
  • The Fox and the Crow(p.navPoint-101)
  • The Two Dogs(p.navPoint-102)
  • The Stag in the Ox–Stall(p.navPoint-103)
  • The Hawk, the Kite, and the Pigeons(p.navPoint-104)
  • The Widow and the Sheep(p.navPoint-105)
  • The Wild Ass and the Lion(p.navPoint-106)
  • The Eagle and the Arrow(p.navPoint-107)
  • The Sick Kite(p.navPoint-108)
  • The Lion and the Dolphin(p.navPoint-109)
  • The Lion and the Boar(p.navPoint-110)
  • The One–Eyed Doe(p.navPoint-111)
  • The Shepherd and the Sea(p.navPoint-112)
  • The Ass, the Cock, and the Lion(p.navPoint-113)
  • The Mice and the Weasels(p.navPoint-114)
  • The Mice in Council(p.navPoint-115)
  • The Wolf and the Housedog(p.navPoint-116)
  • The Rivers and the Sea(p.navPoint-117)
  • The Playful Ass(p.navPoint-118)
  • The Three Tradesmen(p.navPoint-119)
  • The Master and His Dogs(p.navPoint-120)
  • The Wolf and the Shepherds(p.navPoint-121)
  • The Dolphins, the Whales, and the Sprat(p.navPoint-122)
  • The Ass Carrying the Image(p.navPoint-123)
  • The Two Travelers and the Axe(p.navPoint-124)
  • The Old Lion(p.navPoint-125)
  • The Old Hound(p.navPoint-126)
  • The Bee and Jupiter(p.navPoint-127)
  • The Milk–Woman and Her Pail(p.navPoint-128)
  • The Seaside Travelers(p.navPoint-129)
  • The Brazier and His Dog(p.navPoint-130)
  • The Ass and His Shadow(p.navPoint-131)
  • The Ass and His Masters(p.navPoint-132)
  • The Oak and the Reeds(p.navPoint-133)
  • The Fisherman and the Little Fish(p.navPoint-134)
  • The Hunter and the Woodman(p.navPoint-135)
  • The Wild Boar and the Fox(p.navPoint-136)
  • The Lion in a Farmyard(p.navPoint-137)
  • Mercury and the Sculptor(p.navPoint-138)
  • The Swan and the Goose(p.navPoint-139)
  • The Swollen Fox(p.navPoint-140)
  • The Fox and the Woodcutter(p.navPoint-141)
  • The Birdcatcher, the Partridge, and the Cock(p.navPoint-142)
  • The Monkey and the Fishermen(p.navPoint-143)
  • The Flea and the Wrestler(p.navPoint-144)
  • The Two Frogs(p.navPoint-145)
  • The Cat and the Mice(p.navPoint-146)
  • The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox(p.navPoint-147)
  • The Doe and the Lion(p.navPoint-148)
  • The Farmer and the Fox(p.navPoint-149)
  • The Seagull and the Kite(p.navPoint-150)
  • The Philosopher, the Ants, and Mercury(p.navPoint-151)
  • The Mouse and the Bull(p.navPoint-152)
  • The Lion and the Hare(p.navPoint-153)
  • The Peasant and the Eagle(p.navPoint-154)
  • The Image of Mercury and the Carpenter(p.navPoint-155)
  • The Bull and the Goat(p.navPoint-156)
  • The Dancing Monkeys(p.navPoint-157)
  • The Fox and the Leopard(p.navPoint-158)
  • The Monkeys and Their Mother(p.navPoint-159)
  • The Oaks and Jupiter(p.navPoint-160)
  • The Hare and the Hound(p.navPoint-161)
  • The Traveler and Fortune(p.navPoint-162)
  • The Bald Knight(p.navPoint-163)
  • The Shepherd and the Dog(p.navPoint-164)
  • The Lamp(p.navPoint-165)
  • The Lion, the Fox, and the Ass(p.navPoint-166)
  • The Bull, the Lioness, and the Wild–Boar Hunter(p.navPoint-167)
  • The Oak and the Woodcutters(p.navPoint-168)
  • The Hen and the Golden Eggs(p.navPoint-169)
  • The Ass and the Frogs(p.navPoint-170)
  • Men often bear little grievances with less courage than they do large misfortunes.(p.navPoint-171)
  • The Crow and the Raven(p.navPoint-172)
  • The Trees and the Axe(p.navPoint-173)
  • The Crab and the Fox(p.navPoint-174)
  • The Woman and Her Hen(p.navPoint-175)
  • The Ass and the Old Shepherd(p.navPoint-176)
  • The Kites and the Swans(p.navPoint-177)
  • The Wolves and the Sheepdogs(p.navPoint-178)
  • The Hares and the Foxes(p.navPoint-179)
  • The Bowman and Lion(p.navPoint-180)
  • The Camel(p.navPoint-181)
  • The Wasp and the Snake(p.navPoint-182)
  • The Dog and the Hare(p.navPoint-183)
  • The Bull and the Calf(p.navPoint-184)
  • The Stag, the Wolf, and the Sheep(p.navPoint-185)
  • The Peacock and the Crane(p.navPoint-186)
  • The Fox and the Hedgehog(p.navPoint-187)
  • The Eagle, the Cat, and the Wild Sow(p.navPoint-188)
  • The Thief and the Innkeeper(p.navPoint-189)
  • The Mule(p.navPoint-190)
  • The Hart and the Vine(p.navPoint-191)
  • The Serpent and the Eagle(p.navPoint-192)
  • The Crow and the Pitcher(p.navPoint-193)
  • The Two Frogs(p.navPoint-194)
  • The Wolf and the Fox(p.navPoint-195)
  • The Walnut–Tree(p.navPoint-196)
  • The Gnat and the Lion(p.navPoint-197)
  • The Monkey and the Dolphin(p.navPoint-198)
  • The Jackdaw and the Doves(p.navPoint-199)
  • The Horse and the Stag(p.navPoint-200)
  • The Kid and the Wolf(p.navPoint-201)
  • The Prophet(p.navPoint-202)
  • The Fox and the Monkey(p.navPoint-203)
  • The Thief and the Housedog(p.navPoint-204)
  • The Man, the Horse, the Ox, and the Dog(p.navPoint-205)
  • The Apes and the Two Travelers(p.navPoint-206)
  • The Wolf and the Shepherd(p.navPoint-207)
  • The Hares and the Lions(p.navPoint-208)
  • The Lark and Her Young Ones(p.navPoint-209)
  • The Fox and the Lion(p.navPoint-210)
  • The Weasel and the Mice(p.navPoint-211)
  • The Boy Bathing(p.navPoint-212)
  • The Ass and the Wolf(p.navPoint-213)
  • The Seller of Images(p.navPoint-214)
  • The Fox and the Grapes(p.navPoint-215)
  • The Man and His Wife(p.navPoint-216)
  • The Peacock and Juno(p.navPoint-217)
  • The Hawk and the Nightingale(p.navPoint-218)
  • The Dog, the Cock, and the Fox(p.navPoint-219)
  • The Wolf and the Goat(p.navPoint-220)
  • The Lion and the Bull(p.navPoint-221)
  • The Goat and the Ass(p.navPoint-222)
  • The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse(p.navPoint-223)
  • The Wolf, the Fox, and the Ape(p.navPoint-224)
  • The Fly and the Draught–Mule(p.navPoint-225)
  • The Fishermen(p.navPoint-226)
  • The Lion and the Three Bulls(p.navPoint-227)
  • The Fowler and the Viper(p.navPoint-228)
  • The Horse and the Ass(p.navPoint-229)
  • The Fox and the Mask(p.navPoint-230)
  • The Geese and the Cranes(p.navPoint-231)
  • The Blind Man and the Whelp(p.navPoint-232)
  • The Dogs and the Fox(p.navPoint-233)
  • The Cobbler Turned Doctor(p.navPoint-234)
  • The Wolf and the Horse(p.navPoint-235)
  • The Brother and the Sister(p.navPoint-236)
  • The Wasps, the Partridges, and the Farmer(p.navPoint-237)
  • The Crow and Mercury(p.navPoint-238)
  • The North Wind and the Sun(p.navPoint-239)
  • The Two Men Who Were Enemies(p.navPoint-240)
  • The Gamecocks and the Partridge(p.navPoint-241)
  • The Quack Frog(p.navPoint-242)
  • The Lion, the Wolf, and the Fox(p.navPoint-243)
  • The Dog's House(p.navPoint-244)
  • The Wolf and the Lion(p.navPoint-245)
  • The Birds, the Beasts, and the Bat(p.navPoint-246)
  • The Spendthrift and the Swallow(p.navPoint-247)
  • The Fox and the Lion(p.navPoint-248)
  • The Owl and the Birds(p.navPoint-249)
  • The Trumpeter Taken Prisoner(p.navPoint-250)
  • The Ass in the Lion's Skin(p.navPoint-251)
  • The Sparrow and the Hare(p.navPoint-252)
  • The Flea and the Ox(p.navPoint-253)
  • The Goods and the Ills(p.navPoint-254)
  • The Dove and the Crow(p.navPoint-255)
  • Mercury and the Workmen(p.navPoint-256)
  • The Eagle and the Jackdaw(p.navPoint-257)
  • The Fox and the Crane(p.navPoint-258)
  • Jupiter, Neptune, Minerva, and Momus(p.navPoint-259)
  • The Eagle and the Fox(p.navPoint-260)
  • The Man and the Satyr(p.navPoint-261)
  • The Ass and His Purchaser(p.navPoint-262)
  • The Two Bags(p.navPoint-263)
  • The Stag at the Pool(p.navPoint-264)
  • The Jackdaw and the Fox(p.navPoint-265)
  • The Lark Burying Her Father(p.navPoint-266)
  • The Gnat and the Bull(p.navPoint-267)
  • The Bitch and Her Whelps(p.navPoint-268)
  • The Dogs and the Hides(p.navPoint-269)
  • The Shepherd and the Sheep(p.navPoint-270)
  • The Grasshopper and the Owl(p.navPoint-271)
  • The Monkey and the Camel(p.navPoint-272)
  • The Peasant and the Apple–Tree(p.navPoint-273)
  • The Two Soldiers and the Robber(p.navPoint-274)
  • The Trees Under the Protection of the Gods(p.navPoint-275)
  • The Mother and the Wolf(p.navPoint-276)
  • The Ass and the Horse(p.navPoint-277)
  • Truth and the Traveler(p.navPoint-278)
  • The Manslayer(p.navPoint-279)
  • The Lion and the Fox(p.navPoint-280)
  • The Lion and the Eagle(p.navPoint-281)
  • The Hen and the Swallow(p.navPoint-282)
  • The Buffoon and the Countryman(p.navPoint-283)
  • The Crow and the Serpent(p.navPoint-284)
  • The Hunter and the Horseman(p.navPoint-285)
  • The King's Son and the Painted Lion(p.navPoint-286)
  • The Cat and Venus(p.navPoint-287)
  • The She–Goats and Their Beards(p.navPoint-288)
  • The Miller, His Son, and Their Ass(p.navPoint-289)
  • The Crow and the Sheep(p.navPoint-290)
  • The Fox and the Bramble(p.navPoint-291)
  • The Wolf and the Lion(p.navPoint-292)
  • The Dog and the Oyster(p.navPoint-293)
  • The Ant and the Dove(p.navPoint-294)
  • The Partridge and the Fowler(p.navPoint-295)
  • The Flea and the Man(p.navPoint-296)
  • The Thieves and the Cock(p.navPoint-297)
  • The Dog and the Cook(p.navPoint-298)
  • The Travelers and the Plane–Tree(p.navPoint-299)
  • The Hares and the Frogs(p.navPoint-300)
  • The Lion, Jupiter, and the Elephant(p.navPoint-301)
  • The Lamb and the Wolf(p.navPoint-302)
  • The Rich Man and the Tanner(p.navPoint-303)
  • The Shipwrecked Man and the Sea(p.navPoint-304)
  • The Mules and the Robbers(p.navPoint-305)
  • The Viper and the File(p.navPoint-306)
  • The Lion and the Shepherd(p.navPoint-307)
  • The Camel and Jupiter(p.navPoint-308)
  • The Panther and the Shepherds(p.navPoint-309)
  • The Ass and the Charger(p.navPoint-310)
  • The Eagle and His Captor(p.navPoint-311)
  • The Bald Man and the Fly(p.navPoint-312)
  • The Olive–Tree and the Fig–Tree(p.navPoint-313)
  • The Eagle and the Kite(p.navPoint-314)
  • The Ass and His Driver(p.navPoint-315)
  • The Thrush and the Fowler(p.navPoint-316)
  • The Rose and the Amaranth(p.navPoint-317)
  • The Frogs' Complaint Against the Sun(p.navPoint-318)
  • LIFE OF AESOP(p.navPoint-319)
  • Footnotes(p.navPoint-320)

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