“A woodman came into a forest to ask the trees to give him a handle for his axe… No sooner had the woodman fitted the wood to his purpose, than he began felling the noblest trees in the wood.” — Art of Quotation

A woodman came into a forest to ask the trees to give him a handle for his axe. It seemed so modest a request that the principal trees at once agreed to it, and it was settled among them that a plain, homely ash tree should furnish what was wanted. No sooner had the woodman […]

via “A woodman came into a forest to ask the trees to give him a handle for his axe… No sooner had the woodman fitted the wood to his purpose, than he began felling the noblest trees in the wood.” — Art of Quotation

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