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The Complete Fables - Fables 61-65 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 61-65 Summary

(61) "The Man Who Shattered a Statue of a God" A man prays to a wooden statue of a god every day. He asks the statue to end his poverty. He gets so frustrated by nothing happening that he breaks the statue open one day, and gold comes pouring out of it. He curses the statue, saying that when he prayed it did nothing, but when he destroyed it, it provided him with wealth. (62) "The Man Who Found a Golden Lion" A timid miser finds a statue of a lion made from pure gold but does not take it. Although he wants the riches, he is too afraid to take it for fear of bad luck. He decides to let his servants take it. His plan is to watch from a distance while the servants take the statue. (63) "The Bear and the Fox" A bear brags...

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