Tilney. Fables of La Fontaine

Today's free book is Fables of La Fontaine translated and illustrated by Frederick Colin Tilney. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive, and Hathi Trust. You can get a free Kindle ebook from Amazon too!

Table of Contents

The Two Mules
The Hare and the Partridge
The Gardener and His Landlord
The Man and His Image
The Animals Sick of the Plague
The Unhappily Married Man
The Rat retired from the World
The Maiden
The Wishes
The Dairy-Woman and the Pail of Milk
The Priest and the Corpse
The Man Who ran after Fortune and the Man who waited for Her in His Bed
An Animal in the Moon
The Fortune-Tellers
The Cobbler and the Financier
The Power of Fable
The Dog Who carried His Master's Dinner
Thyrsis and Amaranth
The Rat and the Elephant
The Horoscope
Jupiter and the Thunderbolts
Democritus and the People of Abdera
The Acorn and the Pumpkin
The Schoolboy, the Pedant, and the Owner of a Garden
The Sculptor and the Statue of Jupiter
The Oyster and the Pleaders
The Cat and the Fox
The Monkey and the Cat
The Two Rats, the Fox, and the Egg
The Dog with His Ears Cropped
The Lioness and the She-Bear
The Rabbits
The Gods wishing to Instruct a Son of Jupiter
The Lion, the Monkey, and the Two Asses
The Wolf and the Fox in the Well
The Mice and the Screech-Owl
The Companions of Ulysses
The Quarrel between the Dogs and the Cats and between the Cats and the Mice
The Wolf and the Fox
Love and Folly
The Forest and the Woodcutter
The Fox and the Young Turkeys
The Ape
The Scythian Philosopher
The Elephant and Jupiter's Ape
The League of Rats
The Arbiter, the Hospitaller, and the Hermit

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