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The Complete Fables - Fables 31-35 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 31-35 Summary

(31) "The Fox and the Bramble" A fox jumps a fence and slips. He grabs a bramble to keep from falling, and it sticks in his paw. The bramble tells him not to cling to something that clings to everything else. (32) "The Fox and the Bunch of Grapes" A fox sees a bunch of grapes too high up for him to reach. The fox walks away saying the grapes are sour. (33) "The Fox and the Huge Serpent" A fox, envying the serpent's great length, lies down beside the serpent and tries to elongate his own body. He tries so hard that he stretches himself too far and splits his body. (34) "The Fox and the Woodcutter" A fox is chased by hunters and asks a woodcutter to hide him. The woodcutter lets the fox hide in his hut. He tells the hunters he doesn't know where the...

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