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114 The Crow and the Lobster 73. A crow was flying over and above the sea, and it looked and saw this lobster crawling along. It grabbed that lobster and carried it off to the forest, where it could settle down on some branch or other and have a tasty bite to eat. The lobster saw that it was to perish and said to the crow,“Hey crow, oh crow! I knew your old man and your mum! Fine folk, they were!” “Uh-huh,” replied the crow, not opening its mouth. “And I knew your brothers and sisters, what kind folk!”“Uh, huh!” “They were really good folk, but hardly your equal! It seems to me that there’s no one better than you on earth!” “Aha!” croaked the crow, opening its mouth and dropping the lobster into the sea. ...

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ISBN
9781626740549
Related ISBN
9781628460933
MARC Record
OCLC
878813021
Pages
560
Launched on MUSE
2015-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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