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Aesop's Fables, translated by Laura Gibbs (2002)

INDEX BY CONTENT

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Babrius 46, 349, 502
Bacchus 468
Bacchus, see Dionysus
Bad and Good Things 525
bald man and comb 581
... man and Diogenes 580
... man and fly 582
... man and gardener 583
... man and mistresses 584
... man and wig 579
bat and nightingale 288
... and weasels 364
... as beast and bird 363
... booby and bramble 500
Bathyllus 591
battle, see war
bear 91, 409, 600
... and crabs 450
... and fox 375
... fox and lion 56, 62
beauty contest 253, 329
beaver and hunter 451
bee 79, 144, 463
... and beetle 401
... and drone 178
... and Zeus 509
beekeeper stung by bees 79
beetle 101, 351, 401
... and ant 125
... and eagle 153
... and friend 115
... imitates eagle 332
bell 212
belling the cat 250
belly and members 66
Bias 412
Bible 26, 52, 231, 308, 321, 361
bird-catcher 44, 45, 71, 137, 426
... and cricket 271
... and rooster 123
... and viper 138
... builds city 87
bird-catcher's tears 297
birds and cat 95
black man washed white 361
blacksmiths 380, 424
blind man and cub 37
boar 47, 388, 422, 600
... and donkey 216
... and fox 449
... and lion 61
... and lioness 376
Boeotian 185
booby 500
boxer 166
boy who ate tripe 539
... who cried wolf 151
... who was drowning 289
... who roasted snails 291
... who robbed butcher 540
bramble and clothes 500
... and fir 200
... and fox 306
... and trees 201
Branchus 502
bread-seller 571
bride and mouse 350
... and two grooms 468
brother and sister 495
bull 115, 224, 477, 518, 539; see also ox
... and bullock 492
... and calf 219
... and gnat 242
... and goats 233
... and lion 55, 59, 99, 106, 165, 376, 422
... and mouse 241
... and wagon 225
bullock and bull 492
... and farmer 132
... for sacrifice 215
bulrushes 566
butcher 58, 132, 446
... and monkey 551
... and shepherd 9
... robbed by boys 540
... robbed by dog 598
butterfly and wasp 199
Byzantium 26, 56


Source: Aesop's Fables. A new translation by Laura Gibbs. Oxford University Press (World's Classics): Oxford, 2002.
NOTE: New cover, with new ISBN, published in 2008; contents of book unchanged.