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The Complete Fables - Fables 6-10 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 6-10 Summary

(6) "The Eagle With the Clipped Wings and the Fox" A man catches an eagle and clips its wings. He sells the eagle. The new owner heals the eagle's wings and sets him free. The eagle brings the man a gift in return. A fox, seeing everything, tells the eagle to give the gift to the man who first captured him. (7) "The Eagle Hit by an Arrow" A man shoots an eagle with an arrow. The eagle looks down and sees the arrow is made with eagle feathers. (8) "The Nightingale and the Hawk" A nightingale is caught by a hawk and begs for her life. She says that she is too small for the hawk and he should let her go to find something larger. The hawk says he would be a fool to give up what he has for something he hasn't seen. (9) "The Nightingale...

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