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The Complete Fables - Fables 226-230 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 226-230 Summary

(226) "The Wolf and the Dog" A wolf sees a large dog in a wooden collar. The dog blames a hunter. The wolf realizes he is more afraid of the collar than starvation. (227) "The Wolf and the Lion" A wolf steals a lamb and comes across a lion. He drops the lamb, and the lion picks it up. The wolf accuses the lion of stealing, and the lion asks if the wolf got the lamb honestly. (228) "The Wolf and the Ass" A wolf proposes a law that all wolves share their food in order to prevent any one from going hungry. An ass comes forward and says that the wolf hid food at his lair the evening before. The wolf changes his mind. (229) "The Wolf and the Shepherd" A shepherd sees a wolf, but the wolf makes no move to harm him or his sheep. The...

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