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The Complete Fables - Fables 26-30 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 26-30 Summary

(26) "The Fisherman and the Picarel" A fisherman pulls a small picarel from the water. The picarel asks to be thrown back, saying she will return when she is larger and he can make a bigger profit from her. He refuses to let go of a fish he has already caught for one he may never see again. (27) "The Fisherman Who Beat the Water" A fisherman beats the water with a stone to lead fish into his net. A man from the area accuses him of muddying the water they must drink. The fisherman says he cannot catch fish without muddying up the water. (28) "The Halcyon" A halcyon makes her nest on a rock sticking out from the sea. She goes in search of food. She returns and finds the sea has risen and drowned her nest. (29) "The Foxes on the Bank of the Maeander River...

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