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The Complete Fables - Fables 101-105 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 101-105 Summary

(101) "The Silver Fir Tree and the Bramble" A silver fir tree says he is better than the bramble because he provides wood and decks for ships. The bramble reminds the tree that a bramble never has to worry about an ax. (102) "The Stag at the Spring and the Lion" A stag admires the reflection of his antlers in the water but hates his spindly legs. A lion starts to chase him, and the stag initially outdistances the lion. His antlers get caught in some branches, though. He realizes that his legs, which he had criticized, helped him while his antlers caused his downfall. (103) "The Hind and the Vine" A hind hides from huntsmen in some overgrown vines. Feeling safe, she nibbles on the vines. The huntsmen hear the leaves and find her. She realizes that she shouldn't have damaged the vines that were protecting her...

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