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The Complete Fables Chapter Summary & Analysis - Fables 111-115 Summary

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Fables 111-115 Summary

(111) "Hermes and the Artisans" Zeus charges Hermes to pour the poison of lies over all the artisans. Hermes makes enough for everyone and pours it over them. When he gets to the cobbler, he finds he has plenty of poison left. Hermes pours all of the poison on the cobbler, making all of them liars. (112) "The Chariot of Hermes and the Arabs" Hermes drives across the sky carrying lies, villainy and fraud in his chariot. He distributes a small amount to each country he visits. He breaks down in the Arabs' country, and they steal his cargo. He calls all Arabs cheats and liars. (113) "The Eunuch and the Sacrificer" A eunuch begs a sacrificer to help him become a father. The sacrificer says there is a discrepancy between the offering and the eunuch. (114) "The Two Enemies" Two enemies sail. One takes the prow, and the...

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