The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus - Section 6, The Tales of Uncle Remus and Brer Rabbit Summary & Analysis

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Section 6, The Tales of Uncle Remus and Brer Rabbit Summary

In "The Creetures Go to the Barbecue", Uncle Remus instructs the little boy on the need to find out who is throwing a barbecue. In "Brer Rabbit's Frolic", the rabbit hears the plans made by the other animals and interrupts, tricking them into going uninvited to Miss Meadows, who promptly orders them to leave. Uncle Remus next tells of "Brother Bear's Big House", in which the polecat manages to get inside the bear's fine, large, warm home and drives the bears right out. In "How Mr. Lion Lost His Wool", Uncle Remus says the lion was once covered with wool but scalded off the long coat right up to his shoulders - where until today his mane remains.

Section 6, The Tales of Uncle Remus and Brer Rabbit Analysis

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