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Aesop’s Fables, Lesson 17. The Man and the Lion

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Lesson

A Man and a Lion once argued together as to which be longed to the nobler race. The former called the attention of the Lion to a monument on which was sculptured a Man striding over a vanquished Lion. “That proves nothing at all,” said the Lion; “if a Lion had been the carver, he would have made the Lion striding over the Man.”

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