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Author: Ambrose Bierce
Publisher: New York, Dover Publications [1970]
Series: Dover thrift editions
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Bierce, Ambrose, 1842-1914?
Fantastic fables.
New York, Dover Publications [1970]
(OCoLC)655069283
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ambrose Bierce
ISBN: 9780486222257 048622225X
OCLC Number: 209375
Description: viii, 116 p. 22 cm.
Contents: Moral principle and the material interest --
Crimson candle --
Blotted escutcheon and soiled ermine --
Ingenious patriot --
Two kings --
Officer and a thug --
Conscientious official --
How leisure came --
Moral sentiment --
Politicians --
Thoughtful warden --
Treasury and arms --
Christian serpent --
Broom of the temple --
Critics --
Foolish woman --
Father and son --
Discontented malefactor --
Call to quit --
Man and lightning --
Lassoed bear --
Ineffective rooter --
Protagonist of silver --
Holy deacon --
Hasty settlement --
Wooden guns --
Reform school board --
Poet's doom --
Noser and note --
Cat and the king --
Literary astronomer --
Lion and rattlesnake --
Man with no enemies --
Alderman and raccoon --
Flying-machine --
Angel's tear --
City of political distinction --
Party over there --
Poetess of reform --
Unchanged diplomatist --
Invitation --
Ashes of Madame Blavatsky --
Opossum of the future --
Life-savers --
Australian grasshopper --
Pavior --
Tried assassin --
Bumbo of Jiam --
Two poets --
Thistles upon the grave --
Shadow of the leader --
Sagacious rat --
Member and soap --
Alarm and pride --
Causeway --
Two in trouble --
Witch's steed --
All dog --
Farmer's friend --
Physicians two --
Overlooked factor --
Racial parallel --
Honest cadi --
Kangaroo and the zebra --
Matter of method --
Man of principle --
Returned Californian --
Compassionate physician --
Two of the damned --
Austere governor --
Religions of error --
Penitent elector --
Tail of the sphinx --
Prophet of evil --
Crew of the life-boat --
Treaty of peace --
Nightside of character --
Faithful cashier --
Circular clew --
Devoted widow --
Hardy patriots --
Humble peasant --
Various delegation --
No case --
Harmless visitor --
Judge and the rash act --
Prerogative of might --
Inflated ambition --
Rejected services --
Power of the scalawag --
At large: one temper --
Seeker and the sought --
His fly-speck majesty --
Pugilist's diet --
Old man and pupil --
Deceased and his heirs.
Series Title: Dover thrift editions
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by hytekswytek (WorldCat user on 2007-10-11)

The moral principle and the material interest -- The crimson candle -- The blotted escutcheon and the soiled ermine -- The ingenious patriot -- Two kings -- An officer and a thug -- The conscientious official -- How leisure came -- The moral sentiment -- The politicians -- The thoughtful warden -- The treasury and the arms -- The Christian serpent -- The broom of the temple -- The critics -- The foolish woman -- Father and son -- The discontented malefactor -- A call to quit -- The man and the lightning -- The lassoed bear -- The ineffective rooter -- A protagonist of silver -- The holy deacon -- A hasty settlement -- The wooden guns -- The reform school board -- The poet's doom -- The noser and the note -- The cat and the king -- The literary astronomer -- The lion and the rattlesnake -- The man with no enemies -- The alderman and the raccoon -- The flying-machine -- The angel's tear -- The city of political distinction -- The party over there -- The poetess of reform -- The unchanged diplomatist -- An invitation -- The ashes of Madame Blavatsky -- The opossum of the future -- The life-savers -- The Australian grasshopper -- The pavior -- The tried assassin -- The bumbo of Jiam -- The two poets -- The thistles upon the grave -- The shadow of the leader -- The sagacious rat -- The member and the soap -- Alarm and pride -- A causeway -- Two in trouble -- The witch's steed -- The all dog -- The farmer's friend -- Physicians two -- The overlooked factor -- A racial parallel -- The honest cadi -- The kangaroo and the zebra -- A matter of method -- The man of principle -- The returned Californian -- The compassionate physician -- Two of the damned -- The austere governor -- Religions of error -- The penitent elector -- The tail of the sphinx -- A prophet of evil -- The crew of the life-boat -- A treaty of peace -- The nightside of character -- The faithful cashier -- The circular clew -- The devoted widow -- The hardy patriots -- The humble peasant -- The various delegation -- The no case -- A harmless visitor -- The judge and the rash act -- The prerogative of might -- An inflated ambition -- Rejected services -- The power of the scalawag -- At large: one temper -- The seeker and the sought -- His fly-speck majesty -- The pugilist's diet -- The old man and the pupil -- The deceased and his heirs -- The politicians and the plunder -- The man and the wart -- The divided delegation -- A forfeited right -- Revenge -- An optimist -- A valuable suggestion -- Two footpads -- Equipped for service -- The basking cyclone -- At the pole -- The optimist and the cynic -- The poet and the editor -- The taken hand -- An unspeakable imbecile -- A needful war -- The mine owner and the jackass -- The dog and the physician -- The party manager and the gentleman -- The legislator and the citizen -- The rainmaker -- The citizen and the snakes -- Fortune and the fabulist -- A smiling idol -- Philosophers three -- The boneless king -- Uncalculating zeal -- A transposition -- The honest citizen -- A creaking tail -- Wasted sweets -- Six and one -- The sportsman and the squirrel -- The fogy and the sheik -- At heaven's gate -- The catted anarchist -- The honourable member -- The expatriated boss -- An inadequate fee -- The judge and the plaintiff -- The return of the representative -- A statesman -- Two dogs -- Three recruits -- The mirror -- Saint and sinner -- An antidote -- A weary echo -- The ingenious blackmailer -- A talisman -- The ancient order -- A fatal disorder -- The massacre -- A ship and a man -- Congress and the people -- The justice and his accuser -- The highwayman and the traveller -- The policeman and the citizen -- The writer and the tramps -- Two politicians -- The fugitive office -- The tyrant frog -- The eligible son-in-law -- The statesman and the horse -- An aerophobe -- The thrift of strength -- The good government -- The life saver -- The man and the bird -- From the minutes -- Three of a kind -- The fabulist and the animals -- A revivalist revived -- The debaters -- Two of the pious -- The desperate object -- The appropriate memorial -- A needless labour -- A flourishing industry -- The self-made monkey -- The patriot and the banker -- The mourning brothers -- The disinterested arbiter -- The thief and the honest man -- The dutiful son -- The cat and the youth -- Jupiter and the baby show -- The man and the dog -- The cat and the birds -- Mercury and the woodchopper -- The fox and the grapes -- The penitent thief -- The archer and the eagle -- Truth and the traveller -- The wolf and the lamb -- The lion and the boar -- The grasshopper and the ant -- The fisher and the fished -- The farmer and the fox -- Dame fortune and the traveller -- The victor and the victim -- The wolf and the shepherds -- The goose and the swan -- The lion, the cock, and the ass -- The snake and the swallow -- The wolves and the dogs -- The hen and the vipers -- A seasonable joke -- The lion and the thorn -- The fawn and the buck -- The kite, the pigeons, and the hawk -- The wolf and the babe -- The wolf and the ostrich -- The herdsman and the lion -- The man and the viper -- The man and the eagle -- The war-horse and the miller -- The dog and the reflection -- The man and the fish-horn -- The hare and the tortoise -- Hercules and the carter -- The lion and the bull -- The man and his goose -- The wolf and the feeding goat -- Jupiter and the birds -- The lion and the mouse -- The old man and his sons -- The crab and his son -- The north wind and the sun -- The mountain and the mouse -- The bellamy and the members -- The wolf and the crane -- The lion and the mouse -- The hares and the frogs -- The belly and the members -- The piping fisherman -- The ants and the grasshopper -- The dog and his reflection -- The lion, the bear, and the fox -- The ass and the lion's skin -- The ass and the grasshoppers -- The wolf and the lion -- The hare and the tortoise -- The milkmaid and her bucket -- King Log and King Stork -- The wolf who would be a lion -- The monkey and the nuts -- The boys and the frogs.

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