Written around the sixth century B.C. presumably by Aesop. Even though we don’t know for sure if Aesop ever existed. The Fox and The Crow is one of Aesop’s fables.
The Fox and the Crow is one of Aesop’s Fables, numbered 124 in the Perry Index. There are early Latin and Greek versions and the fable may even have been portrayed on an ancient Greek vase. The story is used as a warning against listening to flattery.
Usually, fables use fictional stories and characters to teach us a moral lesson.
“The Fox and The Crow” teaches us a moral lesson about flattery. In short, when someone is flunky there may be a hidden agenda.