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Jean de La Fontaine


A Confidant Without Knowing It; Or The Stratagem
Against The Hard To Suit.
Alice Sick
An Animal In The Moon (Prose Fable)
An Animal In The Moon.
An Imitation Of Anacreon
Another Imitation Of Anacreon
Belphegor Addressed To Miss De Chammelay
Daphnis And Alcimadure.
Death And The Dying.
Death And The Unfortunate.[1]
Death And The Woodman.[1]
Democritus And The People Of Abdera (Prose Fable)
Democritus And The People Of Abdera.
Education (Prose Fable)
Epilogue To Book XI.
Epitaph Of La Fontaine - Made By Himself
Fortune And The Boy.
Friar Philip's Geese
Hans Carvel's Ring
Jupiter And The Farmer.
Jupiter And The Passenger.
Jupiter And The Thunderbolts (Prose Fable)
Jupiter And The Thunderbolts.
King Candaules And The Doctor Of Laws
Love And Folly (Prose Fable)
Love And Folly.
Neighbour Peter's Mare
Nothing Too Much.
Party Strife.
Philomel And Progne.
Phoebus And Boreas.
Richard Minutolo
Simonides Preserved By The Gods.[1]
Sister Jane
St. Julian's Prayer
The Acorn And The Pumpkin (Prose Fable)
The Acorn and the Pumpkin.
The Acorn And The Pumpkin.
The Amorous Courtesan
The Animals Sending Tribute To Alexander.
The Animals Sick Of The Plague (Prose Fable)
The Animals Sick Of The Plague.
The Ape (Prose Fable)
The Ape.
The Arbiter, The Almoner, And The Hermit.
The Arbiter, The Hospitaller, And The Hermit (Prose Fable)
The Ass And His Masters.
The Ass And The Dog.
The Ass and the Dog.
The Ass And The Little Dog.
The Ass Carrying Relics.
The Ass Dressed In The Lion'S Skin.
The Ass In The Lion's Skin.
The Ass Loaded With Sponges, And The Ass Loaded With Salt.
The Astrologer Who Stumbled Into A Well.
The Avaricious Wife And Tricking Gallant
The Bat And The Two Weasels.
The Bat, The Bush, And The Duck.
The Battle Of The Rats And The Weasels.
The Bear And The Amateur Gardener.
The Bear And The Two Companions.
The Bird Wounded By An Arrow.
The Bitch And Her Friend.
The Boy And The Schoolmaster.
The Bucking-Tub
The Burier And His Comrade.
The Camel And The Floating Sticks.
The Carter In The Mire.
The Case Of Conscience
The Cat And The Fox (Prose Fable)
The Cat And The Fox.
The Cat And The Old Rat.
The Cat And The Rat.
The Cat And The Thrush.
The Cat And The Two Sparrows.
The Cat Metamorphosed Into A Woman.
The Cat, The Weasel, And The Young Rabbit.
The Charlatan.
The City Mouse And The Country Mouse.
The City Rat And The Country Rat.[1]
The Clyster
The Coach And The Fly.
The Cobbler
The Cobbler And The Financier (Prose Fable)
The Cobbler And The Financier.
The Cock And The Fox.
The Cock And The Pearl.
The Cockerel, The Cat, And The Young Mouse.
The Companions Of Ulysses (Prose Fable)
The Companions Of Ulysses.
The Contract
The Convent Gardener Of Lamporechio
The Council Held By The Rats
The Country Justice
The Countryman And The Serpent.
The Countryman Who Sought His Calf
The Cradle
The Cudgelled And Contented Cuckold
The Cunning Fox.
The Curate And The Corpse.
The Dairy-Woman And The Pail Of Milk (Prose Fable)
The Dairywoman And The Pot Of Milk.
The Devil In Hell
The Devil Of Pope-Fig Island
The Doctors.
The Dog And Cat.
The Dog And His Image.
The Dog And His Master's Dinner.
The Dog That Carried His Master's Dinner.
The Dog That Dropped The Substance For The Shadow.
The Dog Who Carried His Master's Dinner (Prose Fable)
The Dog Whose Ears Were Cropped.
The Dog With His Ears Cropped (Prose Fable)
The Dove And The Ant.
The Dragon With Many Heads, And The Dragon With Many Tails.[1]
The Dress-Maker
The Drunkard And His Wife.
The Eagle And The Beetle.
The Eagle And The Magpie.
The Eagle And The Owl.
The Eagle, The Wild Sow, And The Cat.
The Ear-Maker And The Mould-Mender
The Ears Of The Hare.
The Earthen Pot And The Iron Pot.
The Eel Pie
The Elephant And Jupiter's Ape (Prose Fable)
The Elephant And The Ape Of Jupiter.
The English Fox.
The Ephesian Matron
The Eye Of The Master.
The Faithless Depositary.
The Falcon
The Falcon And The Capon.
The Farmer, The Dog, And The Fox.
The Fishes And The Cormorant.
The Fishes And The Shepherd Who Played The Flute.
The Fly And The Ant.
The Fly And The Game.
The Fool And The Sage.
The Fool Who Sold Wisdom.
The Fool who Sold Wisdom.
The Forest And The Woodcutter (Prose Fable)
The Fortune-Tellers (Prose Fable)
The Fortune-Tellers.
The Fowler, The Hawk, And The Lark.
The Fox And The Bust.
The Fox And The Goat.
The Fox And The Grapes.
The Fox And The Stork.
The Fox And The Turkeys.
The Fox And The Young Turkeys (Prose Fable)
The Fox With His Tail Cut Off.
The Fox, The Flies, And The Hedgehog.
The Fox, The Monkey, And The Animals.
The Fox, The Wolf, And The Horse.
The Frog And The Rat.
The Frog That Wished To Be As Big As The Ox.[1]
The Frog Who Wished To Be As Big As The Ox.
The Frogs Asking A King.
The Funeral Of The Lioness.
The Gardener And His Landlord (Prose Fable)
The Gardener And His Lord.
The Gascon
The Gascon Punished
The Glutton
The Gods Wishing To Instruct A Son Of Jupiter (Prose Fable)
The Gods Wishing To Instruct A Son Of Jupiter.
The Golden Pitcher.
The Gout And The Spider.
The Grasshopper And The Ant.
The Grasshopper And The Ant.[1]
The Hare And The Frogs.
The Hare And The Partridge (Prose Fable)
The Hare And The Partridge.
The Hare And The Tortoise.
The Head And The Tail Of The Serpent.
The Heifer, The Goat, And The Sheep, In Company With The Lion.[1]
The Hen With The Golden Eggs.
The Hermit
The Heron Who Was Hard To Please.
The Heron.
The Hog, The Goat, And The Sheep.
The Hornets And The Bees.
The Horoscope (Prose Fable)
The Horoscope.
The Horse And The Ass.
The Horse And The Wolf.
The Horse and the Wolf.
The Horse Wishing To Be Revenged Upon The Stag.
The Husband, The Wife, And The Thief.
The Husband-Confessor
The Ill-Married.
The Impossible Thing
The Indiscreet Confessions
The Ingratitude And Injustice Of Men Towards Fortune.
The Jay In The Feathers Of The Peacock.
The Jealous Husband
The Joker And The Fishes.
The Joker and the Fishes.
The King, The Kite, And The Falconer.
The Kiss Returned
The Kite And The Nightingale.
The Lark And Her Young Ones With The Owner Of A Field.
The League Of Rats (Prose Fable)
The League Of The Rats.
The Lion And The Ass Hunting.
The Lion And The Gnat.
The Lion And The Hunter.
The Lion and the Monkey.
The Lion And The Rat.
The Lion Beaten By The Man.
The Lion Going To War.
The Lion Grown Old.
The Lion In Love.
The Lion's Court.
The Lion, The Monkey, And The Two Asses (Prose Fable)
The Lion, The Monkey, And The Two Asses.
The Lion, the Wolf, and the Fox
The Lion, The Wolf, And The Fox.
The Lion.
The Lioness And The Bear.
The Lioness And The She-Bear (Prose Fable)
The Little Bell
The Little Dog
The Little Fish And The Fisher.
The Lobster And Her Daughter.
The Magick Cup
The Magnificent
The Maid.
The Maiden (Prose Fable)
The Man And His Image (Prose Fable)
The Man And His Image.[1]
The Man And The Adder.
The Man And The Flea.
The Man And The Wooden God.
The Man Between Two Ages, And His Two Mistresses.[1]
The Man Who Ran After Fortune And The Man Who Waited For Her In His Bed (Prose Fable)
The Man Who Ran After Fortune, And The Man Who Waited For Her In His Bed.
The Mandrake
The Members And The Belly.
The Merchant, The Noble, The Shepherd, And The King's Son.
The Mice And The Owl.
The Mice and the Owl.
The Mice And The Screech-Owl (Prose Fable)
The Miller, His Son And The Ass.
The Miller, His Son, And The Ass
The Miser And The Monkey.
The Miser Who Had Lost His Treasure.
The Mogul's Dream.
The Monkey And The Cat (Prose Fable)
The Monkey And The Cat.
The Monkey And The Dolphin.
The Monkey And The Leopard.
The Monks Of Catalonia
The Mountain In Labour.
The Mouse Metamorphosed Into A Maid.
The Mule Boasting Of His Genealogy.
The Muleteer
The Nightingale
The Oak And The Reed.
The Old Cat And The Young Mouse.
The Old Cat and the Young Mouse.
The Old Man And His Sons.
The Old Man And The Ass.
The Old Man And The Three Young Ones.
The Old Man's Calendar
The Old Woman And Her Two Servants.
The Oracle And The Atheist.
The Oyster And The Litigants.
The Oyster And The Pleaders (Prose Fable)
The Pack-Saddle
The Partridge And The Cocks.
The Pashaw And The Merchant.
The Peacock Complaining To Juno.
The Peasant And His Angry Lord
The Peasant Of The Danube.
The Picture
The Pitcher
The Ploughman And His Sons.
The Power Of Fable (Prose Fable)
The Power Of Fables.
The Priest And The Corpse (Prose Fable)
The Princess Betrothed To The King Of Garba
The Progress Of Wit
The Psalter
The Quarrel Between The Dogs And The Cats And Between The Cats And The Mice (Prose Fable)
The Quarrel Of The Dogs And Cats, And That Of The Cats And Mice.
The Quarrel of the Dogs and Cats.
The Quid Pro Quo; Or The Mistakes
The Rabbits (Prose Fable)
The Rabbits.
The Rat And The Elephant (Prose Fable)
The Rat And The Elephant.
The Rat and the Elephant.
The Rat And The Oyster
The Rat Retired From The World (Prose Fable)
The Rat Retired From The World.
The Raven And The Fox.
The Raven Who Would Rival The Eagle.
The Raven Wishing To Imitate The Eagle.
The Raven, The Gazelle, The Tortoise, And The Rat.
The Rhemese
The River Scamander
The Satyr And The Traveller.
The Schoolboy, The Pedant, And The Owner Of A Garden (Prose Fable)
The Schoolboy, The Pedant, And The Owner Of A Garden.
The Sculptor And The Statue Of Jupiter (Prose Fable)
The Sculptor And The Statue Of Jupiter.
The Scythian Philosopher (Prose Fable)
The Scythian Philosopher.
The Serpent And The File.
The Servant Girl Justified
The Shepherd And His Dog.
The Shepherd And His Flock.
The Shepherd And The King.
The Shepherd And The Lion.
The Shepherd and the Lion.
The Shepherd And The Sea.
The Sick Abbess
The Sick Lion And The Fox.
The Sick Stag.
The Spectacles
The Spider And The Swallow.
The Stag And The Vine.
The Stag Seeing Himself In The Water.
The Sun And The Frogs.
The Swallow And The Little Birds.[1]
The Swan And The Cook.
The Thieves And The Ass.[1]
The Three Gossips' Wager
The Torrent And The River.
The Tortoise And The Two Ducks.
The Treasure And The Two Men.
The Truckers
The Two Adventurers And The Talisman.
The Two Asses.
The Two Bulls And The Frog.
The Two Cocks.
The Two Dogs And The Dead Ass.
The Two Dogs and the Dead Ass.
The Two Doves.
The Two Friends
The Two Friends.
The Two Goats.
The Two Mules (Prose Fable)
The Two Mules.
The Two Parrots, The King, And His Son.
The Two Rats, The Fox, And The Egg (Prose Fable)
The Two Rats, The Fox, And The Egg.
The Unhappily Married Man (Prose Fable)
The Use Of Knowledge.
The Vultures And The Pigeons.
The Wallet.[1]
The Wax-Candle.
The Weasel In The Granary.
The Will Explained By Aesop.
The Wishes (Prose Fable)
The Wishes.
The Wolf Accusing The Fox Before The Monkey.
The Wolf And The Dog.[1]
The Wolf And The Fox (Prose Fable)
The Wolf And The Fox In The Well (Prose Fable)
The Wolf And The Fox.
The Wolf and the Fox.
The Wolf And The Hunter.
The Wolf And The Lamb.[1]
The Wolf And The Lean Dog.
The Wolf And The Shepherds.
The Wolf And The Stork.
The Wolf Turned Shepherd.
The Wolf, The Goat, And The Kid.
The Wolf, The Mother, And Her Child.
The Wolves And The Sheep.
The Woman Drowned.
The Women And The Secret.
The Woodman And Mercury.
The Woodman and Mercury.
The Woods And The Woodman.
The Words Of Socrates.
The Young Widow.
Thyrsis And Amaranth (Prose Fable)
Thyrsis And Amaranth.
To Madame De Montespan
To Monseigneur The Dauphin.[1]
To Promise Is One Thing; To Keep It, Another