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LITERATURE
Modern
→ Boner, Ulrich → Der Edelstein
→ Cycles
→ Fable 2: Monkey and Nut
→ Fable 3: Huntsman and Tiger (freely after Aesop, Perry 340)
→ Fable 4: Tree on a hill
→ Fable 5: The Wolf and the Lamb drinking (after Aesop, Perry 155)
→ Fable 6: The Frog and the Mouse (after Aesop, Perry 384)
→ Fable 7: The Wolf, the Dog and the Sheep (after Aesop, Perry 478)
→ Fable 8: The Lion's share (after Phaedrus, I, 5, Perry 339)
→ Fable 9: The dog, the Meat, and the Reflexion (after Aesop, Perry 133)
→ Fable 10: The Sun's Wedding (freely after Phaedrus, I, 6, Perry 314)
→ Fable 11: The Wolf and the Crane (after Aesop, Perry 156)
→ Fable 12: Dog and Bitch
→ Fable 13: Snake in the House (vaguely related to Aesop, Perry 51 and 176)
→ Fable 14: The Donkey and the Lion
→ Fable 15: Country Mouse and City Mouse (after Aesop, Pery 352)
→ Fable 16: The Fox and the Eagle (after Phaedrus, I, 28, vaguely related to Perry I)
→ Fable 17: The Eagle, the Crow, and the Snail (after Aesop, Perry 490, which features a tortoise instead)
→ Fable 18: The Fox and the Raven (after Aesop, Perry 124)
→ Fable 19: The Old Lion attacked by the Bull, the Boar, and the Donkey (after Phaedrus, I, 21, Perry 481)
→ Fable 20: The Donkey and the Pet Dog (after Aesop, Perry 91)
→ Fable 21: The Lion and the Mouse (after Aesop, Perry 150)
→ Fable 22: The sick Kite and his Mother (after Aesop, Perry 324)
→ Fable 23: The Swallow and the other Birds (Swallow warns about seeding flax used for nexts, after Aesop, Perry 39)
→ Fable 24: The Athenians elect a king who suppresses them
→ Fable 25: Jupiter and the Frogs (they ask him for a king, he first sends a log and then a stork, after Aesopus, 44, which has a water-snake instead of a stork)
→ Fable 26: The Doves and the Kite (after Phaedrus, I, 31, Perry 486)
→ Fable 27: The Dog and the Thief (after Phaedrus, I, 23, vaguely similar Perry 403)
→ Fable 28: The littering Sow and the Wolf (after Phaedrus, app. 19, Perry 547)
→ Fable 29: The Mountain in Labour, bringing forth a mouse (after Phaedrus, IV, 24, Perry 520)
→ Fable 30: The Wolf and the Lamb
→ Fable 31: The old Dog and his Master (after Phaedrus, V, 10, Perry 532)
→ Fable 32: The Hares and the Frogs (freely after Aesop, Perry 138)
→ Fable 33: The Kid and the Wolf (after Aesop, Perry 572)
→ Fable 34: The Snake and the Farmer (freely after Aesop, Perry 573)
→ Fable 35: The Sheep, the Stag, and the Wolf
→ Fable 36: The bald Man and the Fly (after Phaedrus, V, 3, Perry 525)
→ Fable 37: The Fox and the Stork (after Phaedrus, I, 26, Perry 426)
→ Fable 38: The Wolf and the Statue
→ Fable 39: The Rook and the Peacock (after Phaedrus, I, 3, Perry 472)
→ Fable 40: The Fly and the Mule (after Phaedrus, III, 6, Perry 498)
→ Fable 41: The Ant and the Fly (after Phaedrus, IV, 25, Perry 521)
→ Fable 42: The Ant and the Grashopper (freely after Aesop, Perry 373)
→ Fable 43: The Mouse and her Children (who flee from a rooster towards a cat)
→ Fable 44: The war between the Birds and the Beasts (bat as traitor, after Aesop, Perry 566)
→ Fable 45: The Captured Weasel (after Phaedrus, I, 22, Perry 293)
→ Fable 46: The Frog and the Ox (after Phaedrus I, 24, Perry 376)
→ Fable 47: The Shepherd and the Lion (after Aesop, Perry 563)
→ Fable 48: The Feaver and the Flea
→ Fable 49: The Hawk and the Crow (Crow stealing the eggs of the hawk and being killed by the young hawks)
→ Fable 50: The Lion and the Horse (after Aesop, Perry 187)
→ Fable 51: The Horse and the Donkey (after Aesop, Perry 565)
→ Fable 52: Father, Son, and Donkey (after Aesop, Perry 721)
→ Fable 53: The flayed Donkey
→ Fable 55: The Wolf, the Fox, and the Shepherd (after Aesop, Perry 568)
→ Fable 57: The Woman and the Thief
→ Fable 58: The Three Roman Widows
→ Fable 60: The Stomach, the Hands, and the Feet (after Aesop, Perry 130)
→ Fable 61: The Jew and the Butler
→ Fable 62: The Official and the Knight
→ Fable 63: The Woman and the Wolf (after Aesop, Perry 158)
→ Fable 65: The Crayfish and his Son (after Aesop, the Crab and her Mother, Perry 322)
→ Fable 67: The Ass and the Lions's Skin (freely after Aesop, Perry 358)
→ Fable 68: The Frog and the Fox (The Frog Physician, after Aesop, Perry 289)
→ Fable 69: The Dog and his Bell (after Aesop, Perry 332)
→ Fable 70: The Cat, the Mice, and the Bell (after Aesop, Perry 613)
→ Fable 72: The Woman and the Merchants (On the entrusting of goods)
→ Fable 73: The two Companions and the Bear (after Aesop, Perry 65)
→ Fable 74: The Three Companions as Merchants
→ Fable 76: The Hunchback and the Tax Collector
→ Fable 77: The two Pots (after Aesop, Perry 378)
→ Fable 78: The Lion, the Bull, and the wild Goat (after Aesop, Perry 217)
→ Fable 79: The Monkey and the Animals (The Beauty Contest of the Animals, after Aesop, Perry 364)
→ Fable 80: The Goose laying golden Eggs (after Aesop, Perry 87, there about a hen)
→ Fable 82: The Priest and the Ass (a Woman reminded by the priest's singing voice of her ass that had recently been killed)
→ Fable 84: Four Oxen and a Wolf (freely after Aesop, Perry 372)
→ Fable 85: The Knight as Monk
→ Fable 86: The Fir Tree and the Bramble (after Avianus, Perry 304)
→ Fable 87: The Emperor's heavy stone
→ Fable 88: The Greedy and the Jealous Man (after Avianus, Perry 580)
→ Fable 89: The Donkey and the three Brothers
→ Fable 90: Lion and Goat on the Cliff (after Avianus, freely after Perry 157)
→ Fable 91: Man whose Mouth is hot and cold (after Avianus, Satyr and his Guest, Perry 363)
→ Fable 92: The Captured Nightingale
→ Fable 93: The Wolves, the Shepherds, and the Dogs
→ Fable 94: The Necromancer