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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Wolf and the Man Summary & Analysis

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The Wolf and the Man Summary

A wolf who has never seen a man brags that he would take this creature out if he ever had the opportunity. When the wolf does meet a man, he is shot with a gun, is wounded, and runs away. The fox laughs at the wolf because of his bragging.

The Wolf and the Man Analysis

This story instructs that one should not brag about how he might react to a situation he has not yet encountered. Note the talking animals.

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