Aesop's Fables for a New Age

The Ancient Greek writer Aesop was reputedly a slave, but one who did not shy away from speaking truth to power. His fables, attributed to but probably not all written by the man himself, are as engaging today as they were in the 6th century BC. By replacing the cacophony of talking animals with the faces of contemporary politicians, these ancient fables acquire new meanings and a new relevance.
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