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The Complete Fables Chapter Summary & Analysis - Fables 181-185 Summary

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Fables 181-185 Summary

(181) "The Dog and the Shellfish" A dog, loving to swallow eggs, finds a shellfish and eats it because he thinks it is an egg. The fish makes him sick, and he says that it is his own fault for thinking anything round is an egg. (182) "The Dog and the Hare" A hound seizes a hare and tries to bite it and lick its chops at the same time. The hare tells the hound to either bite him or kiss him so that he can know whether the dog is a friend or an enemy. (183) "The Dog and the Butcher" A dog bounds into a butcher's shop and takes a heart while the butcher's back is turned. The butcher turns around and says that the dog has not taken a heart, but given him heart to be on the watch for him. (184) "The Sleeping Dog and...

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