The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus - Section 2, Nights with Uncle Remus, 13 through 24 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2, Nights with Uncle Remus, 13 through 24 Summary

In "Brother Fox, Brother Rabbit and King Deer's Daughter", both the fox and rabbit are sweet on the deer's daughter and Brer Rabbit kills two of the deer's goats, blaming it on the fox in order to eliminate the fox as competition.

The next two stories are "Brother Terrapin Deceives Brother Buzzard" and "Brother Fox Covets the Quills". Brer Terrapin and Brer Buzzard make a pact to search for honey together, but when the turtle finds a nest, he eats all the honey. Knowing the buzzard will be angry, he sends the buzzard into the empty nest where he's built a small fire, rolls a rock over the entrance, and urges the buzzard to flap his wings to keep the bees away. The flapping fans the flames and all that's left of the...

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