The Fox and the Mask

137. THE FOX AND THE MASK. A Fox had stolen into the house of an actor, and in rummaging among his various properties, laid hold of a highly-finished Mask. “A fine-looking head, indeed!” cried he; “what a pity it is that it wants brains!”
A fair outside is but a poor substitute for inward worth. [more info]

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