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The Complete Fables - Fables 21-25 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 21-25 Summary

(21) "The Cocks and the Partridge" A man buys a partridge and puts it in with his cockerels. The cocks peck at the partridge, and the partridge believes it is because she is a different species. Then she notices that the cocks pick at each other until they draw blood, and she feels better. (22) "The Fishermen and the Tunny-fish" A tunny-fish tries to escape a predator and jumps into some fishermen's boat. The fishermen, who hadn't been having much luck, take the fish back to the village and sell it. (23) "The Fisherman Who Caught a Stone" Some fisherman rejoice at how heavy their net is. The find the net is filled with stones and realize they had false hopes. (24) "The Fisherman Who Played the Flute" A fisherman packs his flute and his net. At first, he plays thinking to lure the fish. It doesn't work, so...

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