The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus - Section 2, Nights with Uncle Remus, 1 through 12 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2, Nights with Uncle Remus, 1 through 12 Summary

One night, Miss Sally sends 'Tildy to take Uncle Remus his supper because it was raining. The little boy asks to go along and soon asks Uncle Remus about the goose's habit of standing on one leg, which prompts the tale of "Mr. Fox and Miss Goose", in which Miss Goose - who wasn't too proud to take in washing for the white folks - climbs onto the rafters one night to sleep leaving a bundle of clothes on her bed in an effort to fool the fox. The fox grabs the clothes and the dog chases the fox, prompting their enmity to this day, though Brer Fox believes Brer Rabbit set the dog on him.

In "Brother Fox Catches Mr. Horse", Brer Rabbit tells the fox that he knows where there's a...

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