The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus - Section 9, Seven Tales of Uncle Remus Summary & Analysis

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Section 9, Seven Tales of Uncle Remus Summary

Uncle Remus next tells the story of "Mr. Crow and Brother Buzzard", in which the two birds - bragging about their individual abilities - have a contest to see who can sing the longest. When they are both tired and hungry, Mrs. Crow flies over and Mr. Crow sings out to her to have the family bring him food. Mr. Buzzard has no one to do the same for him so he grows faint from hunger and falls from the tree, and doesn't sing even until today.

Uncle Remus tells Miss Sally that the little boy - the first little boy and therefore Miss Sally's son - has been into mischief and is sent to get the boy. He takes pity on the boy and helps him get cleaned up before taking him...

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