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The Complete Fables - Fables 146-150 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 146-150 Summary

(146) "The Camel and Zeus" A camel envies a bull his horns. The camel goes to Zeus and asks for horns. Zeus, angry at the camel's ingratitude, refuses to give him horns and cuts off a portion of his ears. (147) "The Dancing Camel" A camel is forced to dance by his master. He says that he is not graceful when he dances or when he walks. (148) "The Camel Seen for the First Time" Men see a camel and, awed by his huge size, run away in fear. Realizing the camel is gentle, they pluck up their courage and approach it. Realizing the camel has no temper, they hold it in contempt and put a bridle on it. They give it to children to lead. (149) "The Two Scarab Beetles" One beetle travels to the mainland promising to bring food for the other. He finds plenty to feed...

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