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The Complete Fables - Fables 186-190 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 186-190 Summary

(186) "The Dog with a Bell" His dog being a biter, a man ties a bell around the dog's neck to warn people of the dog's approach. The dog proudly shakes and wags his bell around until another dog tells him the bell is to warn people of his ill nature. (187) "The Dog Who Chased a Lion, and the Fox" A dog spots a lion and gives chase. The lion turns and roars, causing the frightened dog to run away. A fox sees this and says the dog tried to chase a lion but couldn't endure his roar. (188) "The Gnat and the Lion" A gnat says that he is stronger than a lion. He flies up a lion's nose, and the lion tears at his face trying to kill it. The gnat flies off and lands in a spider web. He realizes that he might have...

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