Notes: "Aesop's fables" is a compilation of a some of Aesop's numerous fables.
1. The Cock and the Pearl; The Wolf and the Lamb; The Dog and the Shadow; The Lion's Share; The Wolf and the Crane 2. The Man and the Serpent; The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse; The Fox and the Crow; The Sick Lion 3. The Ass and the Lapdog; The Lion and the Mouse; The Swallow and the Other Birds; The Frogs Desiring a King 4. The Mountains in Labour; The Hares and the Frogs; The Wolf and the Kid; The Bald Man and the Fly; The Woodsman and the Serpent; The Fox and the Stork 5. The Fox and the Mask; The Jay and the Peacock; The Frog and the Ox; Androcles; The Bat, the Birds, and the Beasts 6. The Hart and the Hunter; The Serpent and the File; The Man and the Wood; The Dog and the Wolf; The Belly and the Members; The Hart in the Ox-Stall 7. The Fox and the Grapes; The Horse, Hunter, and Stag; The Peacock and Juno; The Fox and the Lion; The Lion and the Statue 8. The Ant and the Grasshopper; The Tree and the Reed; The Fox and the Cat; The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing; The Dog in the Manger; The Man and the Wooden God 9. The Fisher; The Shepherd's Boy; The Young Thief and His Mother; The Man and His Two Wives; The Nurse and the Wolf 10. The Tortoise and the Birds; The Two Crabs; The Ass in the Lion's Skin; The Two Fellows and the Bear; The Two Pots; The Four Oxen and the Lion 11. The Fisher and the Little Fish; Avaricious and Envious; The Crow and the Pitcher; The Man and the Satyr; The Goose With the Golden Eggs 12. The Labourer and the Nightingale; The Fox, the Cock, and the Dog; The Wind and the Sun; Hercules and the Waggoneer; The Man, the Boy, and the Donkey 13. The Miser and His Gold; The Fox and the Mosquitoes; The Fox Without a Tail; The One-Eyed Doe 14. Belling the Cat; The Hare and the Tortoise; The Old Man and Death; The Hare With Many Friends 15. The Lion in Love; The Bundle of Sticks; The Lion, the Fox, and the Beasts; The Ass's Brains; The Eagle and the Arrow; The Milkmaid and Her Pail 16. The Cat-Maiden, The Horse and the Ass; The Trumpeter Taken Prisoner; The Buffoon and the Countryman; The Old Woman and the Wine-Jar; The Fox and the Goat