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The Complete Fables Chapter Summary & Analysis - Fables 106-110 Summary

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Fables 106-110 Summary

(106) "The Kid on the Roof of the House and the Wolf" A kid wanders onto the roof of a house and sees a wolf. Feeling safe, she shouts insults to the wolf. The wolf says that it is the roof that mocks him, not the kid. (107) "The Kid and the Wolf Who Played the Flute" A kid, pursued by a wolf, asks the wolf to play the flute so that he can die with dignity. The wolf plays. Hounds hear the flute and chase the wolf. The wolf realizes that he is a butcher, not a piper. (108) "Hermes and the Sculptor" Hermes, wanting to see how much men esteem him, disguises himself as a mortal and visits a sculptor's workshop. The sculptor says that the statue of Hermes is free if he buys the statues of Zeus and Hera. (109) "Hermes and the Earth" Zeus creates...

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