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The Complete Fables Chapter Summary & Analysis - Fables 211-215 Summary

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Fables 211-215 Summary

(211) "The Lion and the Bull" A lion tells a bull to come to dinner. The bull goes and sees cauldrons and spits but no sheep. He realizes the lion wants to eat beef for dinner. (212) "The Raging Lion and the Stag" A stag sees an enraged lion. He wonders what he will do when he is enraged since he is already scary when he is calm. (213) "The Lion Who was Afraid of a Mouse, and the Fox" A mouse runs over the body of a sleeping lion and wakes him. The lion rolls around trying to see what was attacking him. A fox criticizes the lion for being afraid of a mouse. The lion says he is simply surprised that an animal would walk on a sleeping lion. (214) "The Bandit and the Mulberry Tree." A bandit murders someone and runs away. He tells the people...

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