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出版社: Signet Classics
ISBN:9780451529534
商品编码:10653185178
包装:平装
外文名称:Aesop’s Fables
开本:32
出版时间:2004-10-05
用纸:轻型纸
页数:300
正文语种:英文

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书名:Aesop’s Fables 伊索寓言

难度:Lexile蓝思阅读指数930
作者:Aesop 伊索
出版社名称:Signet Classics
出版时间:2004
语种:英文 
ISBN:9780451529534
商品尺寸:10.6 x 2.1 x 17.5 cm
包装:简装
页数:300
编辑推荐 Aesop's Fables《伊索寓言》收录了寓言家伊索收集到的203则寓言故事,被翻译编辑成通俗易懂的英文,并且附上了法国艺术家J. J. Grandville专为伊索寓言创作的木版画。每个故事后均附有一句简练的“moral of the story”来总结故事的精髓。既是优秀的文学作品,也蕴含丰富的哲学道理,无论是儿童、青年还是成人,都适合阅读。
“Kindness is seldom wasted.”   — from “The Lion and the Mouse”
 
It is both amazing and wonderful that so much of the richness of our language and our moral education still owes a huge debt to a Greek slave who was executed more than two thousand years ago. An extraordinary storyteller who used cunning foxes, surly dogs, clever mice, fearsome lions, and foolish humans to describe the reality of a harsh world, Aesop created narratives that are appealing, funny, politically astute, and profoundly true. And Aesop’s truth—often summed up in the pithy “moral of the story”—retains an awesome power to affect us, reaching us through both our intellects and our hearts. 
内容推荐 This exclusive Signet Classic edition contains 203 of Aesop’s most enduring and popular fables, translated into readable, modern American English and beautifully illustrated with classic woodcuts by the great French artist J. J. Grandville. A number of Aesop’s masterpieces are recorded in this edition, including: “The Fox and the Grapes”, “The Ants and the Grasshopper” and “The Country Mouse and the Town Mouse” etc. 
Edited and with an Afterword by Jack Zipes 
With an Introduction by Sam Pickering
作者简介 Aesop, according to various sources, was born in Phrygia, Lydia, Thrace, or Sardis, and lived from about 620 to 560 B.C. Little is known about his life, but Aristotle mentioned his acting as a public defender, and Plutarch numbered him as one of the “Seven Wise Men.” It is generally believed he was a slave, freed by his master because of his wit and wisdom. As Aesop became famous for his fables, which used animals as a code to tell the truth about political injustice, he incurred the wrath of the rulers, either inAthens or Delphi, and was executed. In about 300 B.C., Demetrius Phalereus of Athens made the first known collection of Aesop’s fables, which then spread far beyond the Greek world.
Jack Zipes is a professor of German at the University of Minnesota. He is the author of several books of fairy tales, including Breaking the Magic Spell and Don’t Bet on the Prince. He is also the editor of several volumes of fairy tales, including Beauties, Beasts and Enchantment: Classic French Fairy TalesThe Fairy Tales of Oscar WildeThe Fairy Tales of Frank Stockton, and Arabian Nights.
Sam Pickering teaches English at the University of Connecticut. He has written more than two dozen books, including Waltzing the Magpies, an account of a year he and his family spent in Western Australia, and Dreamtime.
目录                A Note on the Text and Illustrations
                 Introduction
I                    The Fox and the Grapes
II                   The Wolf and the Crane
III                 The Archer and the Lion
IV                 The Woman and the Fat Hen
V                   The Kid and the Wolf
VI                 The Hawk and the Pigeons
VII                The Eagle and the Fox
VIII               The Boy and the Scorpion
IX                 The Fox and the Goat
X                   The Old Hound
XI                 The Ants and the Grasshopper
XII                The Fawn and Her Mother
XIII               The Horse and the Groom
XIV               The Mountain in Labor
XV                The Flies and the Honey Jar
XVI               The Two Bags
XVII              The Vain Crow
XVIII            The Wolf and the Lamb
XIX               The Bear and the Fox
XX                The Dog, the Cock and the Fox
XXI               The Cock and the Jewel
XXII              The Sea Gull and the Hawk
XXIII            The Fox and the Lion
XXIV            The Creaking Wheels
XXV              The Frog and the Ox
XXVI            The Farmer and the Snake
XXVII           The Lion and the Fox
XXVIII          The Fisherman and His Music
XXIX            The Domesticated Dog and the Wolf
XXX              The Country Mouse and the Town Mouse
XXXI            The Dog and the Shadow
XXXII           The Moon and Her Mother
XXXIII          The Fighting Cocks and the Eagle
XXXIV          The Man and the Satyr
XXXV           The Tortoise and the Eagle
XXXVI          The Mule
XXXVII         The Hen and the Cat
XXXVIII              The Old Woman and the Wine Bottle
XXXIX          The Hare and the Tortoise
XL                 The Ass and the Grasshopper
XLI               The Lamb and the Camel
XLII                     The Crab and Its Mother
XLIII             Jupiter and the Camel
XLIV             The Mouse and the Frog
XLV                     The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf
XLVI             The Peach, the Apple, and the Blackberry
XLVII            The Hare and the Hound
XLVIII           The Stag in the Ox Stall
XLIX             The Crow and the Pitcher
L                   The Lion and the Mouse
LI                  The One-Eyed Doe
LII                 The Trees and the Ax
LIII               The Lion, the Ass, and the Fox Who Went Hunting
LIV               The Travelers and the Bear
LV                 The Belly and the Members
LVI                The Dolphins and the Sprat
LVII                     The Blind Man and the Whelp
LVIII             The Sick Stag
LIX               Hercules and the Wagoner
LX                 The Fox and the Woodcutter
LXI               The Monkey and the Camel
LXII                     The Dove and the Crow
LXIII             The Ass and the Lap Dog
LXIV             The Hares and the Frogs
LXV              The Fisherman and the Little Fish
LXVI             The Wind and the Sun
LXVII            The Farmer and the Stork
LXVIII          The Lioness
LXIX             The Brash Candlelight
LXX              The Old Woman and the Physician
LXXI             The Charcoal-Burner and the Cloth-Fuller
LXXII            The Wolf and the Sheep
LXXIII          The Farmer and His Sons
LXXIV          The Wolves and the Sheep
LXXV            The Mole and Her Mother
LXXVI          The Swallow and the Crow
LXXVII         The Man Bitten by a Dog
LXXVIII        The Man and the Lion
LXXIX          The Monkey and the Dolphin
LXXXI          The Viper and the File
LXXXII         The Bundle of Sticks
LXXXIII        Jupiter, Neptune, Minerva, and Momus
LXXXIV        The Lion in Love
LXXXV         The Nurse and the Wolf
LXXXVI        The Birdcatcher and the Lark
LXXXVII       Jupiter and the Bee
LXXXVIII     The Travelers and the Plane Tree
LXXXIX        The Fox Without a Tail
XC                The Horse and the Stag
XCI               The Mischievous Dog
XCII              The Geese and the Cranes
XCIII             The Quack Frog
XCIV             Mercury and the Woodcutter
XCV              The Oxen and the Butchers
XCVI             The Goatherd and the Goats
XCVII           The Widow and the Sheep
XCVIII          The Marriage of the Sun
XCIX             The Thief and His Mother
C                   The Gnat and the Bull
CI                  The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox
CII                The Oak and the Reed
CIII               The Dog in the Manger
CIV               The Goose with the Golden Eggs
CV                The Lion and the Dolphin
CVI               The Comedian and the Farmer
CVII              The Dog Invited to Supper
CVIII             The Ass Loaded with Salt
CIX               The Thief and the Dog
CX                The Trumpeter Taken Prisoner
CXI               The Hunter and the Fisherman
CXII              The Fir Tree and the Bramble
CXIII             The Eagle and the Arrow
CXIV             The Two Pets
CXV              The Fisherman and Troubled Water
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