Fantastic Mr. Fox - Chapters 13 – 15 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 13, Bunce’s Giant Storehouse, Mr. Badger begins helping Mr. Fox dig his new tunnel. There, they reach Bunce’s farm, and tunnel up into his market storehouse. Duck and geese, prepped for sale at market, fill the room from floor to ceiling. Mr. Fox says they will carefully and selectively choose what to bring back, so they do not give away their secret to the farmers. They select some ducks, geese, ham, bacon, and various vegetables such as carrots for the coming feast.

In Chapter 14, Badger Has Doubts, Mr. Fox and Mr. Badger dig toward Farmer Bean’s place. Mr. Badger, however, feels badly about stealing. Mr. Fox explains the stealing is to feed their starving children. He also explains that stealing pales in comparison to the farmers trying to kill them. Mr. Badger accepts this logic, and continues to help dig...

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