. Samuel French . NY ,
PN6120.A5 S49 1971 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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Venus and the Cat, Two Crows, and GGE. The last of these three grows to great proportions in the play. The first has a nice touch: the man throws up and at the end kicks the cat, which has been transformed back into her old shape. Two Crows is fun and basic Aesop: the suggester-crow gets the oyster dropped by the other who wants to crack it open. Maybe a casual reference in a lecture?