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The Complete Fables - Fables 176-180 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 176-180 Summary

(176) "The Starving Dogs" A group of starving dogs finds some animal hides in the river. Since they cannot reach them, they agree to drink all of the water in the river so that they can reach the skin. The dogs burst from the water before they can consume it all. (177) "The Man Bitten by a Dog" A man looks for someone to heal the wounds inflicted on him by a dog. Someone tells him to wipe the blood from his wound with a piece of bread and throw the bread to the dog that attacked him. The man says if he does that, every dog in the city will try to bite him. (178) "The Dog Entertained as a Guest (or The Man and His Dog)" A man prepares dinner for a friend. His dog invites another to dinner. The guest dog sees the food and...

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