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The Complete Fables Chapter Summary & Analysis - Fables 256-260 Summary

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Fables 256-260 Summary

(256) "The Travelers and the Ax" Two travelers find an axe. One claims it. The real owners show up and chase the one who claimed it. (257) "The Travelers and the Plane Tree" Two weary travelers rest under the shade of a plane tree. The travelers agree that the tree is sterile and useless to people. The tree curses the men for using him and then calling him useless. (258) "The Travelers and the Brushwood" Some travelers spot a piece of brushwood from a distance. They assume it is a warship and wait for it to land. The wind pushes the wood closer, and they think it is too small to be warship and must be a cargo ship. It lands on the shore, and they go down to look at it. Seeing that it is just brushwood, they curse themselves for waiting for nothing. (259) "The Traveler and...

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