Andrew Lang (31 March 1844 – 20 July 1912) is well-known as a collector of British folk and fairy tales, but he was a Victorian poet, novelist, academic and critic too. His poem had success, but he became famous published Andrew Lang's Fairy Books of Many Colors – series of twelve different colored collections of fairy tales books (1889-1910). It includes 437 tales from different countries and different cultures. "The Jackal, the Dove, and the Panther" is a fairy tale published by Andrew Lang in "The Pink Fairy Book" in 1897. The Jackal is a smart, sharp one. Once he was prowling about in search of a dinner. Will he be able to find it? Will the Dove and the Panther children become a victim? Will the Jackal be able to escape the punishment by the parents of eaten up children?