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The Complete Fables - Fables 161-165 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 161-165 Summary

(161) "The Jackdaw and the Ravens" A jackdaw disdains the company of other jackdaws and tries to befriend the ravens. The ravens do not recognize the jackdaw's voice, so they chase him off. The other jackdaws are angry at his defection, so the jackdaw is left alone. (162) "The Jackdaw and the Birds" Zeus decides he will make the most beautiful bird the king of all birds. The birds wash themselves, and a jackdaw gathers up their dropped feathers. Zeus votes for the jackdaw, and the birds take back their feathers. (163) "The Jackdaw and the Pigeons" A jackdaw whitens himself so he can share food with some wild pigeons. He eats and then lets out a cry. The pigeons don't recognize his voice and chase him away. Since he whitened himself, the jackdaws chase him away as well. He is left with no food from either group...

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