APA Citation

Aesop. (1551). The fables of Esope in Englysshe: With all his lyfe and fortune, howe he was subtil, wyse, and borne in Grece, nat farre from Troye the greate in a towne named Amoneo, he was of all othermen most diffourmed and euyll shapen. For he had a greate heed, large visage, longe iawes, sharpe eyen, a shorte necke, crokebacked, greate belly, greate legges, large fete. And yet that whiche was worse, he was dombe and coulde nat speke: But nat withstandyng this he hadde a singuler wytte, and was greatly ingenious and subtill in cauillacions, and pleasant in wordes, after he came to his speche. [Imprynted at London: In Fletestrete at the signe of the George nexte to saint Dunstones Churche by Wylliam Powell.

Chicago Style Citation

Aesop. The Fables of Esope in Englysshe: With All His Lyfe and Fortune, Howe He Was Subtil, Wyse, and Borne in Grece, Nat Farre From Troye the Greate in a Towne Named Amoneo, He Was of All Othermen Most Diffourmed and Euyll Shapen. For He Had a Greate Heed, Large Visage, Longe Iawes, Sharpe Eyen, a Shorte Necke, Crokebacked, Greate Belly, Greate Legges, Large Fete. And yet That Whiche Was Worse, He Was Dombe and Coulde Nat Speke: But Nat Withstandyng This He Hadde a Singuler Wytte, and Was Greatly Ingenious and Subtill in Cauillacions, and Pleasant in Wordes, After He Came to His Speche. [Imprynted at London: In Fletestrete at the signe of the George nexte to saint Dunstones Churche by Wylliam Powell, 1551.

MLA Citation

Aesop. The Fables of Esope in Englysshe: With All His Lyfe and Fortune, Howe He Was Subtil, Wyse, and Borne in Grece, Nat Farre From Troye the Greate in a Towne Named Amoneo, He Was of All Othermen Most Diffourmed and Euyll Shapen. For He Had a Greate Heed, Large Visage, Longe Iawes, Sharpe Eyen, a Shorte Necke, Crokebacked, Greate Belly, Greate Legges, Large Fete. And yet That Whiche Was Worse, He Was Dombe and Coulde Nat Speke: But Nat Withstandyng This He Hadde a Singuler Wytte, and Was Greatly Ingenious and Subtill in Cauillacions, and Pleasant in Wordes, After He Came to His Speche. [Imprynted at London: In Fletestrete at the signe of the George nexte to saint Dunstones Churche by Wylliam Powell, 1551.

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