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The Complete Fables Chapter Summary & Analysis - Fables 126-130 Summary

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Fables 126-130 Summary

(126) "Zeus the Judge" Zeus tells Hermes to inscribe tablets with the faults of men and deposit the tablets in box. This way, he can judge the faults equally. Zeus mixes up the tablets and judges some faults sooner than others. (127) "The Sun and the Frogs" The animals rejoice about the Sun's marriage. The animals rejoice, but a frog tells them they are fools. The Sun dries out the marshlands as it is. The frog says that if he takes a wife and they have a child, there will be nothing left. (128) "The Mule" A fat mule tells herself that her father was a fast horse and that she is like him. She runs a race and remembers her father was an ass. (129) "Herakles and Athena" Herakles sees something that looks like an apple and steps on it. It grows each time he tries to destroy...

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