The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus - Section 7, Uncle Remus and the Little Boy Summary & Analysis

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Section 7, Uncle Remus and the Little Boy Summary

In "Brer Rabbit Has Trouble with the Moon", Uncle Remus says there was a time when all the animals lived in the sky until the day Unk Moon sent the rabbit to earth with a message for Mr. Man that the moon was tired and was going to take a break. When the rabbit returned with Mr. Man's reply, the moon was so angry that he hit the rabbit in the face with a shovel and the rabbit scratched the moon - both scars that can still be seen. And when the rabbit told of the wonderful things on Mr. Man's farm, all the animals left the sky to live on earth.

The little boy says that his mama said the lion would have no hair at all after having been...

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