The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus - Section 2, Nights With Uncle Remus 53 through 71 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2, Nights With Uncle Remus 53 through 71 Summary

Uncle Remus relates "Brother Rabbit Takes a Walk" as the time the rabbit - who asks that the dog's mouth be sewed shut to keep his teeth from showing, backs out of doing the sewing. When Daddy Jack returns, Uncle Remus says there's no getting along with the little boy unless you're telling stories, which prompts "Old Grinny Granny Wolf", in which Brer Rabbit boils Granny Wolf and tricks Brer Wolf into eating her. The little boy says that he doesn't believe Brer Rabbit would do such a thing but Jack says it was probably during "dog days", but Uncle Remus says Brer Rabbit was tough when pushed.

"How Wattle Weasel Was Caught" is Uncle Remus's tale of how the weasel fooled all the creatures into letting him eat the butter except Brer...

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