More Fables

by George Ade

The Fable of How Uncle Brewster was Too Shifty for the Tempter.--The Fable of the Grass Widow and the Mesmeree and the Six Dollars.--The Fable of the Honest Money-Maker and the Partner of His Joys, Such as They Were.--The Fable of Why Sweetie Flew the Track.--The Fable of the Ex-Chattel and the Awful Swat that was Waiting for the Colonel.--The Fable of the Corporation Director and the Mislaid Ambition.--The Fable of What Happened the Night the Men Came to the Women's Club.--The Fable of Why Essie's Tall Friend Got the Fresh Air.--The Fable of the Michigan Counterfeit Who Wasn't One Thing or the Other.--The Fable of the Adult Girl Who Got Busy Before They Could Ring the Bell on Her.--The Fable of the Man-Grabber Who Went Out of His Class.--The Fable of the Inveterate Joker who Remained in Montana.--The Fable of the Cruel Insult and the Arrival of the Lover from No. 6.--The Fable of the Lodge Fiend, and the Delilah Trick Played by His Wife.--The Fable of the Apprehensive Sparrow and Her Daily Escape.--The Fable of the Regular Customer and the Copper-Lined Entertainer.--The Fable of Lutie, the False Alarm, and How She Finished about the Time that She Started.--The Fable of the Cotillon Leader from the Huckleberry District with the Intermittent Memory.--The Fable of the He-Gossip and the Man's Wife and the Man.--The Fable of the Author Who was Sorry for What He Did to Willie.

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