The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus - Section 5, Told by Uncle Remus Summary & Analysis

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Section 5, Told by Uncle Remus Summary

In "Why Mr. Cricket Has Elbows on His Legs," Uncle Remus tells of a cricket who sought refuge from the cold in a chimney and so angered a man with his music that the man poured boiling water through the cracks, weakening the chimney mud so that it fell. In "How Wiley Wolf Rode in the Bag", Uncle Remus says that Wiley Wolf - acting on the advice of his father - was to have trapped Riley Rabbit in a bag but the little wolf got trapped inside instead and Brer Wolf, thinking it was the rabbit, dropped the bag and all into boiling water.

In "Brother Rabbit's Laughing Place", Uncle Remus tells the story of how the other creatures wanted to know where the laughing place was. The little boy says that he has...

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