The fox and the grapes is one of the aesops fables the fable of the fox and the grapes is one of the few which feature only a single animal protagonist bob chilcott among the five english translations in his aesops fables for piano and choir 2008. The fox and the crow is one of aesops fables numbered 124 in the perry index there are early latin and greek versions and the fable may even have been portrayed on an ancient greek vase 1 the story is used as a warning against listening to flattery. The fox and the wolf from the late thirteenth century is the only extant middle english beast fable before chaucers nuns priests tale as in the land of cokaygne the friars take their turn at criticizing the clergy though secular rather than monastic . Watch this interesting video of the fox and the crow story in english one of the much loved short stories from aesops fables kindergarten kids like to listen to. The fox and the crane had always been friends but one day at dinner the fox plays a mean trick on the crane not to be outdone the crane manages to set him right with a little trick of her own
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