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The Complete Fables - Study Guide Fables 331-335 Summary & Analysis

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(331) "The Wasp and the Snake" A wasp stings a snake mercilessly. The snake, unable to bear the pain, sticks his head under a wagon wheel and kills them both. (332) "The Bull and the Wild Goats" A lion chases a bull. The bull runs into a cave and finds wild goats. The goats gore and butt him, and he says that he endures them because what is outside is worse. (333) "The Peacock and the Crane" A peacock criticizes a crane's color. The crane says that he sings to the heavens, while the cockerel can only mount hens. (334) "The Peacock and the Jackdaw" The birds consult each other to decide upon a king. The peacock demands to be king because he is the most beautiful. The jackdaw says that beauty won't help them when a lion attacks. (335) "The Cicada and the Fox" A fox hears a cicada...

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