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"How unfortunate I am! My feet, which I had denigrated, could have saved me, whereas my antlers, on which I prided myself, have caused my death!" Fable 102, pg. 80

"Fools! How can you rejoice? The Sun dries out all the marshland. If he takes a wife and has a child similar to himself, imagine how much worse we would suffer!" Fable 127, pg. 97

"Stop squandering your wealth, my friend. For if you spend everything and become poor, you'll only take it out on me." Fable 131, pg. 99

"I no longer dread death now that I see he who has caused it sharing the same fate." Fable 132, pg. 99

"How unfortunate I am! I wanted to catch my prey and I did not see that I myself would become Death's prey." Fable 137, pg. 103

"From the turn of the race course I am reduced to such a turn as this." Fable 138 pg. 103

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