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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Fox and the Cat Summary & Analysis

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The Fox and the Cat Summary

A cat meets with a fox and believes the fox to be clever and highly intelligent. When the fox speaks to the cat, he is arrogant. The hounds get after both the cat and the fox. The cat climbs a tree and gets away. The fox is caught.

The Fox and the Cat Analysis

The moral of this story is that people, and animals, don't always live up to their reputation. Although the cat believed the fox was smart and cunning, it was caught by the hunters while the cat wasn't.

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