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The Hen and the Fox; The Cat and the Fox

Crane, Walter, 1900, Publisher's print
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The Hen and the Fox; The Cat and the Fox
The Hen and the Fox; The Cat and the Fox
The Hen and the Fox; The Cat and the Fox
The Hen and the Fox; The Cat and the Fox
Library Item
40081
The Hen and the Fox; The Cat and the Fox. Illustrated pages from 'Baby's Own Aesop'
A fox with its tongue out, looks up at a chicken, sitting on its perch. To the right, a cat on a branch of a tree, looks down at a fox, which this time has turned away. Behind the tree is a group of dogs. The two rhymes read:
"The Hen and the Fox

The hen roosted high on her perch;
Hungry fox down below, on the search,
Coaxed her hard to descend
She replied. "Most dear friend!
I feel more secure on my perch."

Beware of interested friendships.

The Cat and the Fox

The fox said, "I can play, when it fits,
Many wiles that with man make me quits."
"But my trick's up a tree!"
Said the cat, safe to see
Clever fox hunted out of his wits.

Trust to skill rather than wit."
1900
17.8 x 18.8 cm
Publisher's print
Art and Design Library
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