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FABLE

TWO FOXES LIVED CLOSE BY. ONE SAID, "I'M GOING TO EAT ALL THE
CHICKENS I CAN." THE OTHER SAID, "IM GOING TO EAT ONLY WHAT I
NEED AND GO BACK TOMORROW FOR MORE." THE STUFFED FOX DIED ON
HIS WAY HOME BECAUSE HE ATE SO MUCH. THE OTHER FOX WAS SHOT BY
THE FARMER THE NEXT DAY. WHO WAS RIGHT?

Submitter comment: TAKEN FROM AN OLD TEXTBOOK IN NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA, ABOUT 1925.

Where learned: NOT GIVEN

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale
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