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Aesop's Fables, Volume 05 (Fables 101-125)

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Dating back to the 6th century BC, Aesop's Fables tell universal truths through the use of simple allegories that are easily understood. Though almost nothing is known of Aesop himself, and some scholars question whether he existed at all, these stories stand as timeless classics known in almost every culture in the world. This is volume 5 of 12.
(Summary by Chip) (0 hr 32 min)

Chapters

The Man and The Image

1:04

Read by Ted McElroy

Hercules and The Waggoner

1:41

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Pomegranate, The Apple-Tree, and The Bramble

0:55

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Lion, The Bear, and The Fox

1:44

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Blackamoor

1:16

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Two Soldiers and The Robber

1:48

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Lion and The Wild Ass

1:31

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Man and The Satyr

1:24

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Image-Seller

1:23

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Eagle and The Arrow

1:17

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Rich Man and The Tanner

1:19

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Wolf, The Mother, and Her Child

1:17

Read by Vicki Barbour

The Old Woman and The Wine-Jar

0:50

Read by Vicki Barbour

The Lioness and The Vixen

0:58

Read by Christine Dewar

The Viper and The File

0:52

Read by Christine Dewar

The Cat and The Cock

1:12

Read by Christine Dewar

The Hare and The Tortoise

1:32

Read by Henry Frigon

The Soldier and His Horse

1:18

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Oxen and The Butchers

1:46

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Wolf and The Lion

1:16

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Sheep, The Wolf, and The Stag

1:02

Read by Christine Dewar

The Lion and The Three Bulls

1:11

Read by Christine Dewar

The Horse and His Rider

1:17

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Goat and The Vine

1:10

Read by Lee Dunkelberg

The Two Pots

0:55

Read by Christine Dewar

Bewertungen

(4,5 Sterne)

Great reading, though one thing lacks-there never is a moral read to tell what the fable means.