The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus - Sectino 2, Nights with Uncle Remus, 25 through 38 Summary & Analysis

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Sectino 2, Nights with Uncle Remus, 25 through 38 Summary

Uncle Remus gives way to a story from African Jack called "Why the Alligator's Back Is Rough", in which Brer Rabbit taunts the alligator into running through a brush fire, making the bumps on his back and tail. A few nights later, the little boy is accompanied to the cabin by Aunt Tempy, who remains to hear the story of "Brother Wolf Says Grace", in which the wolf catches the rabbit but the rabbit urges him to say grace before killing him, and when the wolf folds his hands the rabbit runs away. Aunt Tempy says that the story reminds her of the old times and that she'll visit more often.

On another night, the talk turns to "Spirits, Seen and Unseen", and Aunt Tempy says she hopes to never be haunted, that...

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