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Fables

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The most famous writers of fables are—

Pilpay, among the Hindus.

Lokman, among the Arabs.

Æsop and Babrios, among the Greeks.

Phædrus and Ariaʹnus, among the Romans.

Faerne, Absteʹmius, and Casti, among the Italians. The last wrote The Talking Animals.

La Fontaine and Florian, among the French.

John Gay and Edward Moore, among our own countrymen. The former is sometimes called “The English Æsop.”

Lessing and Pfeffel, among the Germans.

Krilof, among the Russians.

(See ÆSop.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Fabian Society
Fabian Soldiers
Fabian Tactics or Policyi.e. delay
Fabianism
Fabila’s sad Fate
Fabius
Fables
Fabliaux
Fabricius
Fabulinus
Fabulous Isles
Face
Face to Face
Faces
Face
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