Fables for Children, Stories for Children, Natural Science Stories, Popular Education, Decembrists, Moral Tales

Fables for Children, Stories for Children, Natural Science Stories, Popular Education, Decembrists, Moral Tales
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Лев Николаевич Толстой. Fables for Children, Stories for Children, Natural Science Stories, Popular Education, Decembrists, Moral Tales

I. ÆSOP'S FABLES

THE ANT AND THE DOVE

THE TURTLE AND THE EAGLE

THE POLECAT

THE LION AND THE MOUSE

THE LIAR

THE ASS AND THE HORSE

THE JACKDAW AND THE DOVES

THE WOMAN AND THE HEN

THE LION, THE BEAR, AND THE FOX

THE DOG, THE COCK, AND THE FOX

THE HORSE AND THE GROOM

THE FROG AND THE LION

THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE ANTS

THE HEN AND THE GOLDEN EGGS

THE ASS IN THE LION'S SKIN

THE HEN AND THE SWALLOW

THE STAG AND THE FAWN

THE FOX AND THE GRAPES

THE MAIDS AND THE COCK

THE FISHERMAN AND THE FISH

THE FOX AND THE GOAT

THE DOG AND HER SHADOW

THE CRANE AND THE STORK

THE GARDENER AND HIS SONS

THE WOLF AND THE CRANE

THE HARES AND THE FROGS

THE FATHER AND HIS SONS

THE FOX

THE WILD ASS AND THE TAME ASS

THE STAG

THE DOG AND THE WOLF

THE GNAT AND THE LION

THE HORSE AND HIS MASTERS

THE OLD MAN AND DEATH

THE LION AND THE FOX

THE STAG AND THE VINEYARD

THE CAT AND THE MICE

THE WOLF AND THE GOAT

THE REEDS AND THE OLIVE-TREE

THE TWO COMPANIONS

THE WOLF AND THE LAMB

THE LION, THE WOLF, AND THE FOX

THE LION, THE ASS, AND THE FOX

THE PEASANT AND THE WATER-SPRITE

THE RAVEN AND THE FOX

II. ADAPTATIONS AND IMITATIONS OF HINDOO FABLES

THE SNAKE'S HEAD AND TAIL

FINE THREAD

THE PARTITION OF THE INHERITANCE

THE MONKEY

THE MONKEY AND THE PEASE

THE MILCH COW

THE DUCK AND THE MOON

THE WOLF IN THE DUST

THE MOUSE UNDER THE GRANARY

THE BEST PEARS

THE FALCON AND THE COCK

THE JACKALS AND THE ELEPHANT

THE HERON, THE FISHES, AND THE CRAB

THE WATER-SPRITE AND THE PEARL

THE BLIND MAN AND THE MILK

THE WOLF AND THE BOW

THE BIRDS IN THE NET

THE KING AND THE FALCON

THE KING AND THE ELEPHANTS

WHY THERE IS EVIL IN THE WORLD

THE WOLF AND THE HUNTERS

THE TWO PEASANTS

THE PEASANT AND THE HORSE

THE TWO HORSES

THE AXE AND THE SAW

THE DOGS AND THE COOK

THE HARE AND THE HARRIER

THE OAK AND THE HAZELBUSH

THE HEN AND THE CHICKS

THE CORN-CRAKE AND HIS MATE

THE COW AND THE BILLY GOAT

THE FOX'S TAIL

THE FOUNDLING

THE PEASANT AND THE CUCUMBERS

THE FIRE

THE OLD HORSE

HOW I LEARNED TO RIDE

THE WILLOW

BÚLKA

BÚLKA AND THE WILD BOAR

PHEASANTS

MILTON AND BÚLKA

THE TURTLE

BÚLKA AND THE WOLF

WHAT HAPPENED TO BÚLKA IN PYATIGÓRSK

BÚLKA'S AND MILTON'S END

THE GRAY HARE

GOD SEES THE TRUTH, BUT DOES NOT TELL AT ONCE

HUNTING WORSE THAN SLAVERY

A PRISONER OF THE CAUCASUS

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VI

ERMÁK

STORIES FROM PHYSICS

THE MAGNET

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II

III

MOISTURE

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II

THE DIFFERENT CONNECTION OF PARTICLES

CRYSTALS

INJURIOUS AIR

HOW BALLOONS ARE MADE

GALVANISM

THE SUN'S HEAT

STORIES FROM ZOOLOGY

THE OWL AND THE HARE

HOW THE WOLVES TEACH THEIR WHELPS

HARES AND WOLVES

THE SCENT

TOUCH AND SIGHT

THE SILKWORM

STORIES FROM BOTANY

THE APPLE-TREE

THE OLD POPLAR

THE BIRD-CHERRY

HOW TREES WALK

FIRST FRAGMENT

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III

ON POPULAR EDUCATION

WHAT MEN LIVE BY

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VIII

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XI

XII

THE THREE HERMITS

NEGLECT THE FIRE. And You Cannot Put It Out

THE CANDLE

THE TWO OLD MEN

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VII

VIII

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XI

XII

WHERE LOVE IS, THERE GOD IS ALSO

THE FIEND PERSISTS, BUT GOD RESISTS

LITTLE GIRLS WISER THAN OLD PEOPLE

THE TWO BROTHERS AND THE GOLD

ILYÁS

A FAIRY-TALE

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An Ant came down to the brook: he wanted to drink. A wave washed him down and almost drowned him. A Dove was carrying a branch; she saw the Ant was drowning, so she cast the branch down to him in the brook. The Ant got up on the branch and was saved. Then a hunter placed a snare for the Dove, and was on the point of drawing it in. The Ant crawled up to the hunter and bit him on the leg; the hunter groaned and dropped the snare. The Dove fluttered upwards and flew away.

"Let me go, and I will do you a favour!"

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A third Peasant said:

"I will easily make peace between you: if the axe is sharp, you had better chop it; but if the saw is sharp you had better saw it."

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