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"The Mole and Her Son." Moral: The fool's tongue is, like the rattlesnake's alarum, the providential sign by which we may avoid him. In other words - if you're ignorant of the subject, keep your opinions to yourself! Illustration from "The Fables of Aesop and others: Translated into Human Nature" designed and drawn on the wood by Charles H. Bennett, engraved by Swain, published by W. Kent & Co., London, 1857. Bennett was a prolific Victorian illustrator.

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