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The Complete Fables Chapter Summary & Analysis - Fables 306-310 Summary

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Fables 306-310 Summary

(306) "The Monkey and the Camel" The animals assemble, and a monkey begins to dance. The animals cheer, and a camel is jealous. The camel begins to dance but is so bad at it that the other animals drive him away with sticks and curses. (307) "The Monkey's Children" A monkey gives birth to twins. For one twin, she gives all her love and caring. She neglects the second one. The first one, receiving all her mother's caresses, suffocates in her mother's arms. The second monkey lives to maturity. (308) "The Sea Voyagers" A ship is out on the water when a violent storm blows through. The ship threatens to capsize, and the passengers begin to appeal to their gods and tear at their clothing. The storm passes, and the passengers begin to celebrate. The steersman tells them to celebrate but to remember another storm could come. (309) "The...

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