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The Complete Fables - Fables 311-315 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 311-315 Summary

(311) "The Shepherd and the Sea" A shepherd sees that the water is calm and decides to go trading. He sells his sheep and buys dates and figs to trade. A storm comes, and he loses his cargo. Another man sees the calmness of the water, and the shepherd warns him that the sea must want more cargo. (312) "The Shepherd and the Dog Who Fawned Upon Sheep" A shepherd has a huge dog and feeds it the stillborn lambs and dying sheep. As the sheep rest in the fold, the shepherd notices the dog approach some ewes and fawn upon them. The shepherd curses the dog. (313) "The Shepherd and the Wolf Cubs" A shepherd raises some wolf cubs. When they mature, the wolves eat the sheep. The shepherd realizes he should have destroyed the wolves rather than raise them. (314) "The Shepherd and the Wolf Raised with...

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