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The Complete Fables - Fables 336-340 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 336-340 Summary

(336) "The Cicada and the Ants" In the winter, the ants dry their grain. The cicada asks them for some food. They ask why she did not store up during the summer as they had. She says that she was much too busy singing. The ants make fun of her saying that since she sang all summer, she can dance all winter. (337) "The Wall of the House and the Stake" A house wall asks the stake why he pierces her so brutally. The stake says it is not her fault. It is the person who hits her from behind. (338) "The Archer and the Lion" A skillful archer goes up a mountain to hunt. All of the animals, except the lion, flee. The lion challenges the archer, and the archer shoots him with an arrow. The archer says the arrow is just his messenger. Now the lion...

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