Sentence 4 of The Wolf and the Lamb
This sentence is part of the text The Wolf and the Lamb .
"How dare you trouble all the flood, and mingle my good drink with mud?"
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Then, bent his ravenous maw to cram, the Wolf took umbrage at the Lamb. "How dare you trouble all the flood, and mingle my good drink with mud?" "Sir," says the Lambkin, sore afraid, "How should I act, as you upbraid? The thing you mention cannot be, The stream descends from you to me."
In other languages:
Latin (1596)Source: Lupus et Agnus .
ItalianSource: Il lupo e l'agnello .
SpanishSource: El lobo y el cordero , written by Phaedrus .
English (1833)Source: The Wolf and the Lamb .
English (1887)Source: The Wolf and the Lamb , written by Phaedrus .
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