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A Crow, having stolen a piece of cheese from a cottage window, flew with it to a tree that was some way off. A Fox, drawn by the smell of the cheese, came and sat at the foot of the tree, and tried to find some way of making it his. “Good morning dear Miss Crow,” said he. “How well you are looking today! What handsome feathers yours are, to be sure! Perhaps, too, your voice is as sweet as your feathers are fine. If so, you are really Queen of the Birds.” The Crow, quite beside herself to hear such praise, at once opened her wide beak to let the Fox judge of her voice, and so let fall the cheese. The Fox snapped it up, and exclaimed, “Ah! Ah! My good soul, learn that all who flatter have their own ends in view. That lesson will repay you for a bit of cheese.”

—The Fox and the Crow, by Aesop

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