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  1 æsop’s fables Click here to jump to the Table of Contents   2 Copyright ©  1993 by Adobe Press, Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved. The text of Aesop’s Fables is public domain. Other text sections of this book are copyrighted. Any reproduction of this electronic work beyond a personal use level, or the display of this work for public or profit consumption or view-ing, requires prior permission from the publisher.  This work is furnished for informational use only and should not be construed as a commitment of any kind by Adobe Systems Incorporated. The moral or ethical opinions of this work do not necessarily reflect those of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Adobe Systems Incorporated assumes no responsibilities for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this work. The software and typefaces mentioned on this page are furnished under license and may only be used in accordance with the terms of such license. This work was electronically mastered using Adobe ™  Acrobat ™  software. The original composition of this work was created using FrameMaker. Illustrations were manipulated using Adobe Photoshop ™ . The display text is Herculanum. Adobe, the Adobe Press logo, Adobe Acrobat, and Adobe Photoshop are trade-marks of Adobe Systems Incorporated which may be registered in certain juris-dictions.  3 Contents ã Copyright ã How to use this book ã Introduction ã List of fables by title ã Aesop’s Fables  ã Index of titles ã Index of morals ã How to create your own glossary andquestion pages ã How to print and make your own book ã Fable questions Click any line to jump to that section   4 How to use this book  This book contains several sections. ã Click the Bookmarks and Page button in the tool bar to display an electronic Table of Contents. Double-click the small page icon to the left of a bookmark name to jump to that page in the book. ã List of Fables by Title lists the fables in the order in which they appear in this book. Selecting any title will take you to that fable. Select the title on the first page of the fable to return to the List of Fables by Title. continued . . . The Fox and the Crow A Fox oncesaw a Crow fly off with a pieceof cheesein itsbeak and settleon a branch of a tree. “That’sfor me,” said theFox, and hewalked up to thefoot of thetree. “Good day, MistressCrow,” hecried. “How well you arelooking today: how glossy your feathers; how bright your eyes. I feel sureyour voicemust surpassthat of other birds, just asyour figuredoes. Let mehear but onesong from you that I may greet you astheQueen of Birds.” TheCrow lifted up her head and began to caw her best, but themoment sheopened her mouth thepieceof cheesefell to theground, only to besnapped up by theFox. “That will do,” said he. “That wasall I wanted. In exchangefor your cheeseI will giveyou a pieceof advicefor thefuture: Do not trust flatterers. ?
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