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The Complete Fables Chapter Summary & Analysis - Fables 131-135 Summary

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Fables 131-135 Summary

(131) "The Demi-god" A man keeps a statue of a demi-god and showers it with offerings and sacrifices. The god appears to him and tells him to stop squandering his wealth because the man will blame the god if he becomes poor. (132) "The Tunny-fish and the Dolphin" A tunny-fish tries to escape a dolphin. He leaps and lands on a sandbar. The dolphin leaps after him. As they both lie gasping for breath, the tunny-fish says he is no longer afraid of death since the one who caused it is also dying. (133) "The Quack Doctor" A man consults many doctors, all of whom tell him he will recover slowly. A quack tells him that he should settle his affairs. The man gets better and tells the doctor that he swore to Hades that the doctor was a quack and should not be put to death for...

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