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The Complete Fables Chapter Summary & Analysis - Fables 346-350 Summary

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Fables 346-350 Summary

(346) "Winter and Spring" Winter mocks Spring, saying that as soon as Spring arrives people have no peace. They go to meadows or take long voyages. Winter boasts that he is an absolute ruler, and when he comes, he forces people's eyes down and makes them stay indoors for as long as he likes. Spring says that is why everyone is so glad to see Winter go. (347) "The Swallow and the Serpent" A swallow nests inside a court of justice and flies off for a little while. A serpent creeps up and eats her young. The swallow comes back and, finding her children gone, begins to wail and moan. Another swallow comes to her and tells her that others have lost their children in this manner. She realizes she is a victim in a house of justice. (348) "The Swallow and the Crow Obstinately Contending over Their...

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