The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus - Section 8, Uncle Remus Returns Summary & Analysis

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Section 8, Uncle Remus Returns Summary

In the story of "Brother Rabbit, Brother Fox and the Two Fat Pullets", Uncle Remus tells that the rabbit writes a letter that he purports to be the will of Brer Fox, giving the rabbit two fat pullets. When he gets them, the little boy wants to know if that's the end of the story and Uncle Remus says some people might stop there but that he won't, and goes on to weave the rest of the story, but not before the two of them talk about the creatures and their characteristics. Uncle Remus realizes that the little boy, having accepted that the animals could talk and reason, couldn't accept that they didn't know right from wrong.

As Uncle Remus picks up the tale, Mr. and Mrs. Fox are planning revenge for the rabbit getting one of...

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