The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus - Section 1, Uncle Remus, His Songs and Stories, 23 through 34 Summary & Analysis

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Section 1, Uncle Remus, His Songs and Stories, 23 through 34 Summary

The stories continue in this vein. In "Mr. Rabbit and Mr. Bear", Uncle Remus says that the fox set a trap to catch the rabbit who was stealing his peanuts. The rabbit, hanging in the trap, told Brer Bear that he was being paid to be a scarecrow. When the two traded places, the rabbit told the fox that he'd caught his thief. As the bear chased the rabbit, the rabbit hid in a mud hole, pretending to be a frog and saying the rabbit had passed by. In "Mr. Bear Catches Old Man Bullfrog", the bear catches and threatens death to the frog for telling him that the rabbit had passed by. The frog agrees to let the bear kill him with an ax but hops away while...

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