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The Complete Fables - Study Guide Fables 246-250 Summary & Analysis

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(246) "The Young Men and the Butcher" Two men steal from a butcher. The butcher says that they will not escape the gods. (247) "The Fawn and the Stag" A fawn asks his father, the stag, why he runs from his enemies since he is so large, fast and well armed with antlers. The stag says that whenever he hears a hound, he runs even when he doesn't know where he is running. (248) "The Young Wastrel and the Swallow" A man loses everything but his cloak. He sees a swallow, assumes summer is coming and sells his coat. A winter storm occurs, and the wastrel says the swallow has killed them both. (249) "The Sick Man and the Doctor" A doctor questions a sick man on three separate occasions. Each time, the man gives the doctor a different symptom. The doctor tells him that everything is good. The...

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