The lion and the Statue. Illustration from Baby's Own Aesop drawn by Walter Crane.
A lion sees a statue of man on top of a defeated lion and comments wryly that if the statue had been carved by a lion, the roles would have been reversed. The moral is that the story depends on the teller.
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