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Aesop’s Fables, Lesson 13. The Hawk and the Nightingale

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Lesson

A Nightingale once fell into the clutches of a hungry Hawk who had been all day on the look-out for food.

“Pray let me go,” said the Nightingale, “I am such a mite for a stomach like yours. I sing so nicely too. Do let me go, it will do you good to hear me.”

“Much good it will do to an empty belly,” replied the Hawk, “and besides, a little bird that I have is more to me than a great one that has yet to be caught.”

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