15 January 1999 Skopje–In Macedonian fables, as in the fables of other nations, I suspect, the hero can be an ant, a sparrow, a rabbit, or even a mouse–but never a frog. I cannot think of a fable where a frog’s adventure has been used to set a good example. The frog is usually a […]

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