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Jean de La Fontaine was a renowned French fabulist and one of the most famous poets during the French classical period. He was born on July 8, 1621, and died on April 13, 1695. Known for his literary style, he is best known for his "Fables", which are considered classics of French literature. His works were marked by his sophisticated style and moral substance, and his fables provided a scathing critique of French society during his time.

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EducationRate it:
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An Animal in the MoonRate it:
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The English FoxRate it:
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The Two GoatsRate it:
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The Court of the LionRate it:
The Hare's EarsRate it:
The Lion in LoveRate it:
Tircis and AmaranthRate it:
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The Sick StagRate it:
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The Young WidowRate it:
The Jay Dressed in Peacock's PlumesRate it:
The Old Woman and Her ServantsRate it:
The Peacock Complaining to JunoRate it:
The Two FowlsRate it:
The Cat and the FoxRate it:
The Drunkard and His WifeRate it:
The Hare the PartridgeRate it:
The Shepherd and the SeaRate it:
The Stag Viewing Himself in the StreamRate it:
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The Gout and the SpiderRate it:
The Horse and the AssRate it:
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The Countryman and the SerpentRate it:
The Eye or the MasterRate it:
The Fox and the BustRate it:
The Ingratitude and Injustice of Men Towards FortuneRate it:
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The Merchant, the Nobleman, the Shepherd, and the King's SonRate it:
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The Power of FablesRate it:
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The Two FriendsRate it:
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The LionRate it:
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The Mule That Boasted of His FamilyRate it:
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The Saying of SocratesRate it:
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The Fraudulent TrusteeRate it:
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The Gardener and His MasterRate it:
The Husband, the Wife, and the RobberRate it:
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The Monkey and the CatRate it:
The Sculptor and the Statue of JupiterRate it:
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The Wax CandleRate it:
The WishesRate it:
The Wolf and the Starved DogRate it:
The Wolf, the Goat, and the KidRate it:
The Dog and Her CompanionRate it:
The Fox, the Monkey, and the Other AnimalsRate it:
The Frogs Who Asked for a KingRate it:
The Gods as Instructors of Jupiter's SonRate it:
The Head and the Tail of the SerpentRate it:
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The Rat and the ElephantRate it:
The Stag and the VineRate it:
The Torrent and the RiverRate it:
The Two Men and the TreasureRate it:
The Bird-Catcher, the Hawk, and the SkylarkRate it:
The Oracle and the Impious ManRate it:
The Partridge and the FowlsRate it:
The Swallow and the SpiderRate it:

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