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Aesop's Fables (from Project Gutenberg)

  1. The Wolf and the Lamb
  2. The Bat and the Weasels
  3. The Ass and the Grasshopper
  4. The Lion and the Mouse
  5. The Charcoal-Burner and the Fuller
  6. The Father and His Sons
  7. The Boy Hunting Locusts
  8. The Cock and the Jewel
  9. The Kingdom of the Lion
  10. The Wolf and the Crane
  11. The Fisherman Piping
  12. Hercules and the Wagoner
  13. The Ants and the Grasshopper
  14. The Traveler and His Dog
  15. The Dog and the Shadow
  16. The Mole and His Mother
  17. The Herdsman and the Lost Bull
  18. The Hare and the Tortoise
  19. The Pomegranate, Apple-Tree, and Bramble
  20. The Farmer and the Stork
  21. The Farmer and the Snake
  22. The Fawn and His Mother
  23. The Bear and the Fox
  24. The Swallow and the Crow
  25. The Mountain in Labor
  26. The Ass, the Fox, and the Lion
  27. The Tortoise and the Eagle
  28. The Flies and the Honey-Pot
  29. The Man and the Lion
  30. The Farmer and the Cranes
  31. The Dog in the Manger
  32. The Fox and the Goat
  33. The Bear and the Two Travelers
  34. The Oxen and the Axle-Trees
  35. The Thirsty Pigeon
  36. The Raven and the Swan
  37. The Goat and the Goatherd
  38. The Miser
  39. The Sick Lion
  40. The Horse and Groom
  41. The Ass and the Lapdog
  42. The Lioness
  43. The Boasting Traveler
  44. The Cat and the Cock
  45. The Piglet, the Sheep, and the Goat
  46. The Boy and the Filberts
  47. The Lion in Love
  48. The Laborer and the Snake
  49. The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
  50. The Ass and the Mule
  51. The Frogs Asking for a King
  52. The Boys and the Frogs
  53. The Sick Stag
  54. The Salt Merchant and His Ass
  55. The Oxen and the Butchers
  56. The Lion, the Mouse, and the Fox
  57. The Vain Jackdaw
  58. The Goatherd and the Wild Goats
  59. The Mischievous Dog
  60. The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail
  61. The Boy and the Nettles
  62. The Man and His Two Sweethearts
  63. The Astronomer
  64. The Wolves and the Sheep
  65. The Old Woman and the Physician
  66. The Fighting Cocks and the Eagle
  67. The Charger and the Miller
  68. The Fox and the Monkey
  69. The Horse and His Rider
  70. The Belly and the Members
  71. The Vine and the Goat
  72. Jupiter and the Monkey
  73. The Widow and Her Little Maidens
  74. The Shepherd's Boy and the Wolf
  75. The Cat and the Birds
  76. The Kid and the Wolf
  77. The Ox and the Frog
  78. The Shepherd and the Wolf
  79. The Father and His Two Daughters
  80. The Farmer and His Sons
  81. The Crab and Its Mother
  82. The Heifer and the Ox
  83. The Swallow, the Serpent, and the Court of Justice
  84. The Thief and His Mother
  85. The Old Man and Death
  86. The Fir-Tree and the Bramble
  87. The Mouse, the Frog, and the Hawk
  88. The Man Bitten by a Dog
  89. The Two Pots
  90. The Wolf and the Sheep
  91. The Aethiop
  92. The Fisherman and His Nets
  93. The Huntsman and the Fisherman
  94. The Old Woman and the Wine-Jar
  95. The Fox and the Crow
  96. The Two Dogs
  97. The Stag in the Ox-Stall
  98. The Hawk, the Kite, and the Pigeons
  99. The Widow and the Sheep
  100. The Wild Ass and the Lion
  101. The Eagle and the Arrow
  102. The Sick Kite
  103. The Lion and the Dolphin
  104. The Lion and the Boar
  105. The One-Eyed Doe
  106. The Shepherd and the Sea
  107. The Ass, the Cock, and the Lion
  108. The Mice and the Weasels
  109. The Mice in Council
  110. The Wolf and the Housedog
  111. The Rivers and the Sea
  112. The Playful Ass
  113. The Three Tradesmen
  114. The Master and His Dogs
  115. The Wolf and the Shepherds
  116. The Dolphins, the Whales, and the Sprat
  117. The Ass Carrying the Image
  118. The Two Travelers and the Axe
  119. The Old Lion
  120. The Old Hound
  121. The Bee and Jupiter
  122. The Milk-Woman and Her Pail
  123. The Seaside Travelers
  124. The Brazier and His Dog
  125. The Ass and His Shadow
  126. The Ass and His Masters
  127. The Oak and the Reeds
  128. The Fisherman and the Little Fish
  129. The Hunter and the Woodman
  130. The Wild Boar and the Fox
  131. The Lion in a Farmyard
  132. Mercury and the Sculptor
  133. The Swan and the Goose
  134. The Swollen Fox
  135. The Fox and the Woodcutter
  136. The Birdcatcher, the Partridge, and the Cock
  137. The Monkey and the Fishermen
  138. The Flea and the Wrestler
  139. The Two Frogs
  140. The Cat and the Mice
  141. The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox
  142. The Doe and the Lion
  143. The Farmer and the Fox
  144. The Seagull and the Kite
  145. The Philosopher, the Ants, and Mercury
  146. The Mouse and the Bull
  147. The Lion and the Hare
  148. The Peasant and the Eagle
  149. The Image of Mercury and the Carpenter
  150. The Bull and the Goat
  151. The Dancing Monkeys
  152. The Monkeys and Their Mother
  153. The Oaks and Jupiter
  154. The Hare and the Hound
  155. The Traveler and Fortune
  156. The Bald Knight
  157. The Shepherd and the Dog
  158. The Lamp
  159. The Lion, the Fox, and the Ass
  160. The Bull, the Lioness, and the Wild-Boar Hunter
  161. The Oak and the Woodcutters
  162. The Hen and the Golden Eggs
  163. The Ass and the Frogs
  164. The Crow and the Raven
  165. The Trees and the Axe
  166. The Crab and the Fox
  167. The Woman and Her Hen
  168. The Ass and the Old Shepherd
  169. The Kites and the Swans
  170. The Wolves and the Sheepdogs
  171. The Hares and the Foxes
  172. The Bowman and Lion
  173. The Camel
  174. The Wasp and the Snake
  175. The Dog and the Hare
  176. The Bull and the Calf
  177. The Stag, the Wolf, and the Sheep
  178. The Peacock and the Crane
  179. The Fox and the Hedgehog
  180. The Eagle, the Cat, and the Wild Sow
  181. The Thief and the Innkeeper
  182. The Mule
  183. The Hart and the Vine
  184. The Serpent and the Eagle
  185. The Crow and the Pitcher
  186. The Two Frogs
  187. The Wolf and the Fox
  188. The Walnut-Tree
  189. The Gnat and the Lion
  190. The Monkey and the Dolphin
  191. The Jackdaw and the Doves
  192. The Horse and the Stag
  193. The Kid and the Wolf
  194. The Prophet
  195. The Fox and the Monkey
  196. The Thief and the Housedog
  197. The Man, the Horse, the Ox, and the Dog
  198. The Apes and the Two Travelers
  199. The Wolf and the Shepherd
  200. The Hares and the Lions
  201. The Lark and Her Young Ones
  202. The Fox and the Lion
  203. The Weasel and the Mice
  204. The Boy Bathing
  205. The Ass and the Wolf
  206. The Seller of Images
  207. The Fox and the Grapes
  208. The Man and His Wife
  209. The Peacock and Juno
  210. The Hawk and the Nightingale
  211. The Dog, the Cock, and the Fox
  212. The Wolf and the Goat
  213. The Lion and the Bull
  214. The Goat and the Ass
  215. The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
  216. The Wolf, the Fox, and the Ape
  217. The Fly and the Draught-Mule
  218. The Fishermen
  219. The Lion and the Three Bulls
  220. The Fowler and the Viper
  221. The Horse and the Ass
  222. The Fox and the Mask
  223. The Geese and the Cranes
  224. The Blind Man and the Whelp
  225. The Dogs and the Fox
  226. The Cobbler Turned Doctor
  227. The Wolf and the Horse
  228. The Brother and the Sister
  229. The Wasps, the Partridges, and the Farmer
  230. The Crow and Mercury
  231. The North Wind and the Sun
  232. The Two Men Who Were Enemies
  233. The Gamecocks and the Partridge
  234. The Quack Frog
  235. The Lion, the Wolf, and the Fox
  236. The Dog's House
  237. The Wolf and the Lion
  238. The Birds, the Beasts, and the Bat
  239. The Spendthrift and the Swallow
  240. The Fox and the Lion
  241. The Owl and the Birds
  242. The Trumpeter Taken Prisoner
  243. The Ass in the Lion's Skin
  244. The Sparrow and the Hare
  245. The Flea and the Ox
  246. The Goods and the Ills
  247. The Dove and the Crow
  248. Mercury and the Workmen
  249. The Eagle and the Jackdaw
  250. The Fox and the Crane
  251. Jupiter, Neptune, Minerva, and Momus
  252. The Eagle and the Fox
  253. The Man and the Satyr
  254. The Ass and His Purchaser
  255. The Two Bags
  256. The Stag at the Pool
  257. The Jackdaw and the Fox
  258. The Lark Burying Her Father
  259. The Gnat and the Bull
  260. The Bitch and Her Whelps
  261. The Dogs and the Hides
  262. The Shepherd and the Sheep
  263. The Grasshopper and the Owl
  264. The Monkey and the Camel
  265. The Peasant and the Apple-Tree
  266. The Two Soldiers and the Robber
  267. The Trees Under the Protection of the Gods
  268. The Mother and the Wolf
  269. The Ass and the Horse
  270. Truth and the Traveler
  271. The Cat and Venus
  272. The She-Goats and Their Beards
  273. The Miller, His Son, and Their Ass
  274. The Hares and the Frogs
  275. The Lion, Jupiter, and the Elephant
  276. The Rich Man and the Tanner
  277. The Shipwrecked Man and the Sea
  278. The Mules and the Robbers
  279. The Viper and the File
  280. The Lion and the Shepherd
  281. The Camel and Jupiter
  282. The Panther and the Shepherds
  283. The Ass and the Charger
  284. The Eagle and His Captor
  285. The Bald Man and the Fly
  286. The Olive-Tree and the Fig-Tree
  287. The Eagle and the Kite
  288. The Ass and His Driver
  289. The Thrush and the Fowler
  290. The Rose and the Amaranth
  291. The Frogs' Complaint Against the Sun
  292. The Cock and the Pearl
  293. The Wolf and the Lamb
  294. The Dog and the Shadow
  295. The Lion's Share
  296. The Wolf and the Crane
  297. The Man and the Serpent
  298. The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
  299. The Fox and the Crow
  300. The Sick Lion
  301. The Ass and the Lapdog
  302. The Lion and the Mouse
  303. The Swallow and the Other Birds
  304. The Frogs Desiring a King
  305. The Mountains in Labour
  306. The Hares and the Frogs
  307. The Wolf and the Kid
  308. The Woodman and the Serpent
  309. The Bald Man and the Fly
  310. The Fox and the Stork
  311. The Fox and the Mask
  312. The Jay and the Peacock
  313. The Frog and the Ox
  314. Androcles
  315. The Bat, the Birds, and the Beasts
  316. The Hart and the Hunter
  317. The Serpent and the File
  318. The Man and the Wood
  319. The Dog and the Wolf
  320. The Belly and the Members
  321. The Hart in the Ox-Stall
  322. The Fox and the Grapes
  323. The Horse, Hunter, and Stag
  324. The Peacock and Juno
  325. The Fox and the Lion
  326. The Lion and the Statue
  327. The Ant and the Grasshopper
  328. The Tree and the Reed
  329. The Fox and the Cat
  330. The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
  331. The Dog in the Manger
  332. The Man and the Wooden God
  333. The Fisher
  334. The Shepherd's Boy
  335. The Young Thief and His Mother
  336. The Man and His Two Wives
  337. The Nurse and the Wolf
  338. The Tortoise and the Birds
  339. The Two Crabs
  340. The Ass in the Lion's Skin
  341. The Two Fellows and the Bear
  342. The Two Pots
  343. The Four Oxen and the Lion
  344. The Fisher and the Little Fish
  345. Avaricious and Envious
  346. The Crow and the Pitcher
  347. The Man and the Satyr
  348. The Goose With the Golden Eggs
  349. The Labourer and the Nightingale
  350. The Fox, the Cock, and the Dog
  351. The Wind and the Sun
  352. Hercules and the Waggoner
  353. The Man, the Boy, and the Donkey
  354. The Miser and His Gold
  355. The Fox and the Mosquitoes
  356. The Fox Without a Tail
  357. The One-Eyed Doe
  358. Belling the Cat
  359. The Hare and the Tortoise
  360. The Old Man and Death
  361. The Hare With Many Friends
  362. The Lion in Love
  363. The Bundle of Sticks
  364. The Lion, the Fox, and the Beasts
  365. The Ass's Brains
  366. The Eagle and the Arrow
  367. The Milkmaid and Her Pail
  368. The Cat-Maiden
  369. The Horse and the Ass
  370. The Trumpeter Taken Prisoner
  371. The Buffoon and the Countryman
  372. The Old Woman and the Wine-Jar
  373. The Fox and the Goat
  376. PREFACE
  377. README

This is a single file that uses CSS styles, ECMAscript/javascript, an HTML FORM and plain HTML together to create a document that you can dynamically change the style of WITHOUT requiring a lot of javascript code or seperate files.

You are supposed to be able to do something similar with CSS and links but that (at the time of this writing) does not work in MS/IE; requires seperate files for each CSS style; and is not nearly as generic a technique.

By making what gets changed a little more selective than changing all DIV elements you can use this technique to create many effects.