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The Complete Fables - Fables 241-245 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 241-245 Summary

(241) "The Ant and the Scarab Beetle" An ant gathers and stores food while a scarab beetle rests. Winter comes, and the beetle asks for food. The ant says that the beetle should have worked instead of resting. (242) "The Ant and the Pigeon" An ant, caught by the flow of the river, is about to drown. A pigeon sees the dilemma and tosses the ant a twig on which to float. The ant sees a fowler laying pigeon traps and bites him to save the pigeon. (243) "The Field Mouse and the Town Mouse" The town mouse invites the field mouse to visit. He shows the field mouse a kitchen full of wonderful food. Each time they are about to eat, someone enters the kitchen, and they have to hide. The field mouse decides it is better to live humbly without fear. (244) "The Mouse and the Frog...

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