Aesop Fables Lesson 16

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    Angelina Krivec

    Hello,

    When I click on the lesson for Aesop Fables The Bald Knight this is what appears on my page.

    The Bald Knight
    Study the fable below carefully and complete the lesson’s reading summary.
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    Has the lesson not been uploaded? What does it appear like this?

    Thank you, God Bless.

    Angelina Krivec

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    Blaise

    Good morning Angelina,

    The lesson works for me.  It might be a problem with your computer.

    -Blaise Bollig

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    Rebecca Nuar

    Hello Angelina,

    This lesson also works for me. But in case you still can’t access it, here’s the text of the fable:

    A certain Knight, who wore a wig to conceal his baldness, was out hunting one day. A sudden gust of wind carried away his wig, and showed his bald pate.  His friends all laughed heartily at the odd figure he made, but the old fellow, so far from being put out, laughed as heartily as any of them. “Is it any wonder,” said he, “that another man’s hair shouldn’t keep on my head when my own wouldn’t stay there?”

    Hope this helps!

    God bless,

    Rebecca

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