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The Complete Fables - Study Guide Fables 216-220 Summary & Analysis

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(216) "The Dogs Reconciled with the Wolves" The wolves tell the dogs that if they will let the wolves eat their sheep, the wolves will share the game with the dogs. The dogs agree. The wolves, once inside the flock, tear the dogs apart. (217) "The Wolves and the Sheep" The wolves cannot eat sheep because of the sheep dogs. They tell the sheep to send the dogs away so that they can be friends. The sheep do, and the wolves slaughter the sheep. (218) "The Wolves, the Sheep and the Ram" The wolves offer to make peace with the sheep if the sheep will put their dogs to death. The sheep agree, but an old ram says he could barely graze in peace with the dogs there to protect him. (219) "The Wolf Proud of His Shadow, and the Lion" A wolf sees his elongated shadow and thinks...

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