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The Complete Fables Chapter Summary & Analysis - Fables 321-325 Summary

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Fables 321-325 Summary

(321) "The Sheared Sheep" A sheep, sheared too close, turns to his shearer and tells him to shear higher if he wants the wool or to kill him if he wants the meat. (322) "Prometheus and Men" On Zeus's orders, Prometheus makes both men and beasts. Zeus, seeing more animals than men, orders Prometheus to turn some of the beasts into men. The result is some men look like humans but have the souls of beasts. (323) "The Rose and the Amaranth" An amaranth, growing next to a rose, compliments the rose on its beauty. The rose says that it lives only for a few days, but the amaranth always flowers and is forever young. (324) "The Pomegranate Tree, the Apple Tree, the Olive Tree and the Bramble Bush" The pomegranate tree, apple tree and olive tree argue about who has the best fruit. The bramble bush asks that...

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