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The Complete Fables - Study Guide Fables 166-170 Summary & Analysis

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(166) "The Raven and Hermes" A raven is caught in a snare. He tells Apollo that he will give him frankincense if Apollo will rescue him. Apollo agrees, but the raven does not fulfill his promise. The raven gets caught again and prays to Hermes for help. Hermes says the raven cheated his first master, so he cannot be trusted. (167) "The Raven and the Snake" A hungry raven picks up a snake to eat it. The snake bites him, and the raven says his windfall has murdered him. (168) "A Sick Raven" A sick raven tells her mother to pray to the gods for her health. Her mother tells her that she has stolen from them all and that the gods will not take pity on her. (169) "The Crested Lark" A crested lark, trapped by a snare, says that she is very unlucky because she has never...

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