Aesop's Fables - The Wolf and Crane - Stock Image

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"The Wolf and The Crane." Moral: Abstention from harm is a Rascal's magnanimity. The thieving wolf found himself in trouble and sought the help of the kindly crane, then refused to pay him, saying that letting the crane go unscathed was payment enough. Not an example to follow! 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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