The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus - Section 4, Uncle Remus and His Friends Summary & Analysis

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Section 4, Uncle Remus and His Friends Summary

In "Mrs. Partridge Has a Fit", Brer Rabbit finds her nest and Mrs. Partridge, in an effort to save most of her eggs, breaks into one, flaps like a chicken with its head cut off, and yells that it's snake eggs, prompting the rabbit to run away.

Uncle Remus then tells "Why Brother Fox's Legs Are Black" - that in an effort to get fire he fell asleep on top of the hole where the sun goes down for the night's rest - and "Why Brother Bull Growls and Grumbles" - that he'd changed into a man but a boy found his secret and forced him back to his bull form. In "Brother Rabbit Frightens Brother Tiger", Brer Rabbit and Brer Elephant make a plan, whereby the elephant appears to be tied to...

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