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The Complete Fables - Fables 231-235 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 231-235 Summary

(231) "The Injured Wolf and the Ewe" An injured wolf begs an ewe to bring him some water. The ewe refuses, saying that once the wolf drinks, he will want to eat. (232) "The Lamp" A lamp boasts of being brighter than the sun. A gust of wind blows it out, and someone else tells it to light up because the sun isn't blown out by wind. (233) "The Diviner" Someone robs a diviner's house. As the diviner runs home, someone asks why the diviner didn't see it beforehand. (234) "The Bees and Zeus" The bees are tired of supplying honey and ask for the power to kill with their stings. Zeus grants the ability, but the bees will lose their stinger and die each time they sting. (235) "The Beekeeper" A man steals honeycombs from a beekeeper's house. The beekeeper comes home, and the bees sting him. He yells...

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