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Jean de La Fontaine

Jean de La Fontaine (8 July 1621 – 13 April 1695) was a French fabulist and one of the most widely read French poets of the 17th century. He is known above all for his Fables, which provided a model for subsequent fabulists across Europe and numerous alternative versions in France, as well as in French regional languages.

Jean de La Fontaine:

DEATH AND THE WOODCUTTER of Jean de La Fontaine
DEATH AND THE WOODCUTTER
THE LION AND THE GNAT of Jean de La Fontaine
THE LION AND THE GNAT
THE LION IN LOVE of Jean de La Fontaine
THE LION IN LOVE
THE WOLF AND THE LAMB of Jean de La Fontaine
THE WOLF AND THE LAMB

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A SCYTHIAN PHILOSOPHER
A WILL INTERPRETED BY ÆSOP
AGAINST THOSE WHO ARE HARD TO PLEASE
AN ANIMAL IN THE MOON
BATTLE BETWEEN THE RATS AND WEASELS
DAPHNIS AND ALCIMADURA
DEATH AND THE DYING MAN
DEATH AND THE UNHAPPY MAN
DEATH AND THE WOODCUTTER
DEMOCRITUS AND THE ABDERANIANS
DISCORD
EDUCATION
FORTUNE AND THE LITTLE CHILD
JUPITER AND THE FARMER
JUPITER AND THE THUNDERBOLTS
JUPITER AND THE TRAVELLER
KING GASTER AND THE MEMBERS
LOVE AND FOLLY
MAN AND THE WOODEN IDOL
NOT TOO MUCH
PHILOMEL AND PROGNE
PHŒBUS AND BOREAS
SIMONIDES RESCUED BY THE GODS
THE ACORN AND THE GOURD
THE ADVANTAGE OF BEING CLEVER
THE ANIMALS SENDING A TRIBUTE TO ALEXANDER
THE ANIMALS SICK OF THE PLAGUE
THE APE
THE APE AND THE LEOPARD
THE ARBITRATOR, ALMONER, AND HERMIT
THE ASS AND HIS MASTERS
THE ASS AND THE DOG
THE ASS AND THE LITTLE DOG
THE ASS IN THE LION′S SKIN
THE ASS LADEN WITH SPONGES, AND THE ASS LADEN WITH SALT
THE ASS THAT CARRIED THE RELICS
THE ASTROLOGER WHO LET HIMSELF FALL INTO THE WELL
THE BASHAW AND THE MERCHANT
THE BAT AND THE TWO WEASELS
THE BAT, THE BUSH, AND THE DUCK
THE BEAR AND THE AMATEUR OF GARDENING
THE BEAR AND THE TWO FRIENDS
THE BIRD WOUNDED BY AN ARROW
THE BIRD-CATCHER, THE HAWK, AND THE SKYLARK
THE CAMEL AND THE DRIFT-WOOD
THE CARTER STUCK IN THE MUD
THE CAT AND THE FOX
THE CAT AND THE OLD RAT
THE CAT AND THE RAT
THE CAT AND THE TWO SPARROWS
THE CAT CHANGED INTO A WOMAN
THE CAT, THE WEASEL, AND THE LITTLE RABBIT
THE CHARLATAN
THE CHILD AND THE SCHOOLMASTER
THE COACH AND THE FLY
THE COBBLER AND THE BANKER
THE COCK AND THE FOX
THE COCKEREL, THE CAT, AND THE LITTLE RAT
THE COMPANIONS OF ULYSSES
THE CORMORANT AND THE FISHES
THE COUNCIL HELD BY THE RATS
THE COUNTRYMAN AND THE SERPENT
THE COURT OF THE LION
THE CRAB AND ITS DAUGHTER
THE CROW, THE GAZELLE, THE TORTOISE, AND THE RAT
THE CURATE AND THE CORPSE
THE DOCTORS
THE DOG AND HER COMPANION
THE DOG AND THE SHADOW
THE DOG WHICH CARRIED ROUND HIS NECK HIS MASTER′S DINNER
THE DOG WHOSE EARS WERE CUT
THE DOVE AND THE ANT
THE DRAGON WITH MANY HEADS, AND THE DRAGON WITH MANY TAILS
THE DREAM OF AN INHABITANT OF MOGUL
THE DRONES AND THE BEES
THE DROWNED WOMAN
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 EARTHEN POT AND THE IRON POT
THE ELEPHANT AND JUPITER'S MONKEY
THE ENGLISH FOX
THE EYE OF THE MASTER
THE FALCON AND THE CAPON
THE FARMER, THE DOG, AND THE FOX
THE FISH AND THE SHEPHERD WHO PLAYED ON THE CLARIONET
THE FLY AND THE ANT
THE FOREST AND THE WOODMAN
THE FORTUNE-TELLER
THE FOX AND THE GRAPES
THE FOX AND THE BUST
THE FOX AND THE GOAT
THE FOX AND THE STORK
THE FOX AND THE TURKEYS
THE FOX WITH HIS TAIL CUT OFF
THE FOX, THE FLIES, AND THE HEDGEHOG
THE FOX, THE MONKEY, AND THE OTHER ANIMALS
THE FOX, THE WOLF, AND THE HORSE
THE FRAUDULENT TRUSTEE
THE FROG AND THE RAT
THE FROG THAT WISHED TO MAKE HERSELF AS BIG AS THE OX
THE FROGS AND THE SUN
THE FROGS WHO ASKED FOR A KING
THE FUNERAL OF THE LIONESS
THE GARDENER AND HIS MASTER
THE GODS AS INSTRUCTORS OF JUPITER′S SON
THE GOUT AND THE SPIDER
THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE ANT
THE HARE AND THE FROGS
THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE
THE HARE THE PARTRIDGE
THE HARE′S EARS
THE HAWK, THE KING, AND THE FALCON
THE HEAD AND THE TAIL OF THE SERPENT
THE HEIFER, THE SHE-GOAT, AND THE LAMB, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE LION
THE HEN WITH THE GOLDEN EGGS
THE HERON
THE HOROSCOPE
THE HORSE AND THE ASS
THE HORSE AND THE WOLF
THE HORSE WISHING TO BE REVENGED ON THE STAG
THE HUSBAND, THE WIFE, AND THE ROBBER
THE INGRATITUDE AND INJUSTICE OF MEN TOWARDS FORTUNE
THE JAY DRESSED IN PEACOCK'S PLUMES
THE JOKER AND THE FISHES
THE KITE AND THE NIGHTINGALE
THE LABOURING MAN AND HIS CHILDREN
THE LARK AND HER LITTLE ONES WITH THE OWNER OF A FIELD
THE LEAGUE OF THE RATS
THE LION
THE LION AND THE ASS
THE LION AND THE GNAT
THE LION AND THE HUNTER
THE LION AND THE RAT
THE LION DEFEATED BY MAN
THE LION GOING TO WAR
THE LION GROWN OLD
THE LION IN LOVE
THE LION, THE APE, AND THE TWO ASSES
THE LION, THE WOLF, AND THE FOX
THE LIONESS AND SHE-BEAR
THE LITTLE FISH AND THE FISHERMAN
THE MADMAN AND THE PHILOSOPHER
THE MADMAN WHO SOLD WISDOM
THE MAIDEN
THE MAN AND HIS IMAGE
THE MAN AND THE FLEA
THE MAN AND THE SNAKE
THE MAN BADLY MARRIED
THE MAN WHO RUNS AFTER FORTUNE, AND THE MAN WHO WAITS FOR HER
THE MERCHANT, THE NOBLEMAN, THE SHEPHERD, AND THE KING′S SON
THE MIDDLE-AGED MAN AND THE TWO WIDOWS
THE MILK-MAID AND THE MILK-PAIL
THE MILLER, HIS SON, AND THE ASS
THE MISER AND HIS FRIEND
THE MISER AND THE APE
THE MISER WHO LOST HIS TREASURE
THE MONKEY AND THE CAT
THE MONKEY AND THE DOLPHIN
THE MOUNTAIN IN LABOUR
THE MOUSE METAMORPHOSED INTO A GIRL
THE MULE THAT BOASTED OF HIS FAMILY
THE OAK AND THE REED
THE OLD CAT AND THE YOUNG MOUSE
THE OLD MAN AND HIS CHILDREN
THE OLD MAN AND THE ASS
THE OLD MAN AND THE THREE YOUNG MEN
THE OLD WOMAN AND HER SERVANTS
THE ORACLE AND THE IMPIOUS MAN
THE OWL AND THE MICE
THE OYSTER AND ITS CLAIMANTS
THE PARTRIDGE AND THE FOWLS
THE PEACOCK COMPLAINING TO JUNO
THE PEASANT OF THE DANUBE
THE PIG, THE GOAT, AND THE SHEEP
THE POWER OF FABLES
THE PULLET AND THE PEARL
THE QUARREL OF THE DOGS AND THE CATS; AND, ALSO, THAT OF THE CATS AND THE MICE
THE RABBITS
THE RAT AND THE ELEPHANT
THE RAT AND THE OYSTER
THE RAT WHO RETIRED FROM THE WORLD
THE RAVEN AND THE FOX
THE RAVEN WHO WISHED TO IMITATE THE EAGLE
THE ROBBERS AND THE ASS
THE SATYR AND THE PASSER-BY
THE SAYING OF SOCRATES
THE SCHOOL-BOY, THE PEDANT, AND THE NURSERY GARDENER
THE SCULPTOR AND THE STATUE OF JUPITER
THE SERPENT AND THE FILE
THE SHEPHERD AND HIS FLOCK
THE SHEPHERD AND THE KING
THE SHEPHERD AND THE LION
THE SHEPHERD AND THE SEA
THE SICK LION AND THE FOX
THE SICK STAG
THE STAG AND THE VINE
THE STAG VIEWING HIMSELF IN THE STREAM
THE SUN AND THE FROGS
THE SWALLOW AND THE LITTLE BIRDS
THE SWALLOW AND THE SPIDER
THE SWAN AND THE COOK
THE TORRENT AND THE RIVER
THE TORTOISE AND THE TWO DUCKS
THE TOWN RAT AND THE COUNTRY RAT
THE TWO ADVENTURERS AND THE TALISMAN
THE TWO BULLS AND THE FROG
THE TWO DOGS AND THE DEAD ASS
THE TWO FOWLS
THE TWO FRIENDS
THE TWO GOATS
THE TWO MEN AND THE TREASURE
THE TWO MULES
THE TWO PARROTS, THE MONARCH, AND HIS SON
THE TWO PIGEONS
THE TWO RATS, THE FOX, AND THE EGG
THE VULTURES AND THE PIGEONS
THE WALLET
THE WAX CANDLE
THE WEASEL IN THE GRANARY
THE WISHES
THE WOLF AND THE DOG
THE WOLF AND THE FOX
THE WOLF AND THE HUNTER
THE WOLF AND THE LAMB
THE WOLF AND THE PEASANTS
THE WOLF AND THE STARVED DOG
THE WOLF AND THE STORK
THE WOLF PLEADING AGAINST THE FOX BEFORE THE APE
THE WOLF TURNED SHEPHERD
THE WOLF, THE GOAT, AND THE KID
THE WOLF, THE MOTHER, AND THE CHILD
THE WOLVES AND THE SHEEP
THE WOMAN AND THE SECRET
THE WOODMAN AND MERCURY
THE YOUNG WIDOW
TIRCIS AND AMARANTH

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