Friedman's Fables - Part 3, Bonds and Binds, Fables 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Edwin Friedman
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Part 3, Bonds and Binds, Fables 4 - 6 Summary

In "The Magic Ring," an alluring and attractive woman is heartbroken when the man to whom she was happily married leaves her for another woman. When talking over the situation with her grandmother, she is surprised to learn that her grandmother has a magic ring, one that prevents the wearer from losing herself in love. When the woman protests that she wants to be able to love freely and fully, her grandmother tells her of the ring's second power. It can let the wearer know when a man is perfectly safe to love, thereby enabling the wearer to give free rein to her feelings. The grandmother also confesses that she had been given the ring by her grandmother. Narration describes how the woman got into and out of a number of relationships with...

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