Aesopica 18.104.22.168 Learn wisdom and ethics from animals who seem to have more common sense than humans. Illustrated fables translated by Townsend and/or Vernon Jones. All fables are indexed by title, character and moral of the story. Historica and mythological notes.
Aesopica, Moral and Wisdom of Classics Aesop was a half-legendary ancient Greek, a released slave and Croesus adviser, with complex and tragic lot. His «virtual heritage» is a genre of fable, and the collection of fables is named Aesopica (I named this heritage virtual because its unknown whether real Aesop had written some, all or none of those fables). The
Fabliaux, Stories As Their Were Once Its well-known that advanced language studies are good for mind health and agility. What can be as interesting as observing language development and changes through the ages? Especially when there were stormy ages, with great changes in politics, culture, literature and people themselves. If you share the aforesaid opinion, then, speaking about Francais