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The Complete Fables - Fables 341-345 Summary & Analysis

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Fables 341-345 Summary

(341) "The Hyena and the Fox" A girl hyena fancies a fox and curses him for rebuffing her. The fox says he has no way of knowing if the hyena wants to be his girlfriend or his boyfriend. (342) "The Sow and the Bitch, and the Ease of Bearing Offspring" A sow and a bitch argue about who has the easiest time bearing offspring. The bitch says that she gives birth fastest. The sow reminds the bitch that she gives birth to blind puppies. (343) "The Bald Horseman" A bald man puts fake hair on his head and rides along the road. A strong wind knocks the hair from his head, and the people laugh at him. He says that if his hair won't stay on his head, is it any wonder the fake hair won't? (344) "The Miser" A miser buries his gold in a hole and goes...

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