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The Complete Fables - Fables 291-295 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 291-295 Summary

(291) "The Trodden-on Snake and Zeus" A snake, tired of being stepped on, appeals to Zeus. Zeus tells the snake that if he bites the first person to step on him, no one else will step on him. (292) "The Child Who Ate the Sacrificial Viscera" Some shepherds give a feast for everyone. A woman brings her child. The child, her belly distended from so much food, says that she is bringing up her guts. (293) "The Child Catching Locusts and the Scorpion" A child, catching locusts by the city wall, sees a scorpion and mistakes it for a locust. The child is about to put the scorpion in the jar with his locusts. The scorpion says that if the child had put him in the jar, the locusts would be dead. (294) "The Child and the Raven" A diviner tells a woman that a raven will kill her...

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