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The Complete Fables - Fables 221-225 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 221-225 Summary

(221) "The Wolf and the Lamb" A wolf wants to eat the lamb, so he accuses him of many different injustices. When the accusations don't work, wolf eats the lamb anyway. (222) "The Wolf and the Young Lamb Taking Refuge in a Temple" A lamb, pursued by a wolf, takes refuge in a temple. The wolf yells that the lamb risks sacrifice in the temple. The lamb would rather die for a god than for a wolf. (223) "The Wolf and the Old Woman" A wolf hears a woman tell her child to stop crying or she will let the wolf eat him. The wolf waits and later hears the woman telling the child that she will kill any wolf that comes. The wolf says the family says one thing and does another. (224) "The Wolf and the Heron" A wolf with a bone stuck in his throat meets...

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