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Title of Aesop's Fables: The Bat the Birds and the Beasts

A great conflict was about to come off between the Birds and
the Beasts. When the two armies were collected together the Bat
hesitated which to join. The Birds that passed his perch said:
'Come with us'; but he said: 'I am a Beast.' Later on, some
Beasts who were passing underneath him looked up and said: 'Come
with us'; but he said: 'I am a Bird.' Luckily at the last moment
peace was made, and no battle took place, so the Bat came to the
Birds and wished to join in the rejoicings, but they all turned
against him and he had to fly away. He then went to the Beasts,
but soon had to beat a retreat, or else they would have torn him
to pieces. 'Ah,' said the Bat, 'I see now,


'He that is neither one thing nor the other has no friends.'

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