The Wolf and the Kid

116. THE WOLF AND THE KID. The goat going abroad to feed, shut up her young kid at home, charging him to bolt the door fast, and open it to nobody till she herself should return. The wolf, who lay lurking just by, heard this charge given, and soon after came and knocked at the door, counterfeiting the voice of the goat, and desiring to be admitted. The kid, looking out at a window, and finding the cheat, bid him go about his business; for, however he might imitate a goat's voice, yet he appeared too much like a wolf to be trusted. [more info]

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