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The Complete Fables - Fables 191-195 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 191-195 Summary

(191) "The Hares and the Frogs" The hares, tired of being prey to so many animals, decide to all kill themselves at once. They run with the intention of drowning themselves in a pond. All of the frogs, having heard the hares approach, leap into the water. At this, one hare stops and tells the others that there are animals more afraid than they are. (192) "The Hare and the Fox" A hare wishes to get into a fox's good graces. He asks the fox why foxes are considered wily. The fox tells the hare to come to his home, and he will entertain him and show him how he passes an evening. The hare follows him home and realizes his fate too late. (193) "The Seagull and the Kite" A gull ruptures his gullet swallowing a fish and lies dying. A kite comes along and says that...

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