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The Complete Fables - Fables 121-125 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 121-125 Summary

(121) "Zeus and Apollo" Zeus and Apollo compete at archery. Apollo shoots, and Zeus covers the same distance in a single step. (122) "Zeus and the Snake" Zeus weds, and all of the animals bring him gifts according to their means. A snake slithers to Zeus with a rose in its mouth. Zeus refuses to accept anything from the mouth of a snake. (123) "Zeus and the Jar of Good Things" Zeus shuts up all good things in a wine jar. He gives the jar to a man. The man is curious and opens the jar. All of the good things fly out and up to the gods. (124) "Zeus, Prometheus, Athena, and Momos" Zeus makes a bull, while Prometheus makes a man, and Athena makes a house. They ask Momos to judge their work. Momos, jealous of their creations, criticizes everyone's work. Zeus angrily banishes Momos from Olympus...

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