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The Complete Fables - Study Guide Fables 326-330 Summary & Analysis

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(326) "The Mole and His Mother" A mole tells his mother that he can see. His mother, wanting to test him, gives him a piece of frankincense and asks him what it is. The mole says that it is a pebble. His mother says that he has lost his sense of smell as well as his sight. (327) "The Wild Boar and the Fox" A wild boar sharpens his tusks against a tree. A fox asks him why he does this since there are no enemies about. The boar says that if enemies approach, he will not have time to sharpen his tusks. (328) "The Wild Boar, the Horse and the Huntsman" A wild boar and a horse share the same pasture. The horse, tired of the boar ruining the grass and muddying the water, calls upon a huntsman for help. The huntsman will kill the boar if...

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