Myth-Folklore Book: The Tortoise and the Geese and Other Fables of Bidpai

This book is part of the Bidpai unit.

The Tortoise and the Geese and Other Fables of Bidpai by Maude Barrows Dutton,  with illustrations by E. Boyd Smith, 1908.

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Complete table of contents:
  1. The Tortoise and the Geese: text
  2. The Fox, the Hen, and the Drum: text
  3. The Carpenter and the Ape: text
  4. The Poor Man and the Flask of Oil: text
  5. The Rich Man and the Bundle of Wood: text
  6. The Scorpion and the Tortoise: text
  7. The Partridge and the Crow: text
  8. The Hunter, the Fox, and the Leopard: text
  9. The Youth, the Hawk, and the Raven: text
  10. The Bleacher, the Crane, and the Hawk: text
  11. The Gardener and the Bear: text
  12. The Hen and the Falcon: text
  13. The Three Fish: text
  14. The Frog, the Crab, and the Serpent: text
  15. The Tyrant who became a Just Ruler: text
  16. The Apes, the Glow-Worm, and the Popinjay: text
  17. The Fox and the Piece of Meat: text
  18. The Blind Man and the Snake: text
  19. The Farmer, the Sheep, and the Robbers: text
  20. The Sparrows and the Snake: text
  21. The Ape and the Boar: text
  22. The Rustic and the Nightingale: text
  23. The Partridge and the Hawk: text
  24. The King, the Falcon, and the Drinking-Cup: text
  25. The Hare, the Fox, and the Wolf: text
  26. The Merchant and His Iron: text
  27. The Lean Cat and the Fat Cat: text
  28. The King, the Hermit, and the Two Princes: text
  29. The Two Travelers: text
  30. The Lion and the Hare: text
  31. The Crane and the Crab: text
  32. The Ass, the Lion, and the Fox: text
  33. The Crow, the Jackal, the Wolf, and the Camel: text
  34. The Camel Driver and the Adder: text

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