Friedman's Fables - Part 1, The Failure of Syntax, Fables 3 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Edwin Friedman
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Part 1, The Failure of Syntax, Fables 3 - 6 Summary

In "The Friendly Forest," a playful lamb worries about the arrival of a tiger in the forest where she makes her home, but is assured by her friends that she has nothing to worry about. When she tells them the tiger is making aggressive moves towards her and she is feeling more and more unsafe, they tell her that the tiger is just being the way tigers are, and that she should become more tolerant. As the lamb becomes more and more obsessed with the tiger, her friends become more and more impatient with her, eventually telling her she should communicate more with the tiger and come to some sort of compromise. As she is coming to realize that compromise feels wrong, a member of the forest community comments that "if...

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