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Answer the following question about the poem “Fable for When There’s No Way Out.”

How does this line from the poem help explain the outcome of the chick’s struggle?

“Rage works if reason won’t.”

Okay, I have read this poem, but I do know how to put this question in words.....

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  1. The chick was able to break the shell when he got mad enough to give him more strength.

    http://www.angelfire.com/ca/JumpingtheLordlines/fable.html

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  2. Thank you Ms. Sue!!!

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  3. You're welcome, Princess.

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  4. The squirrel is referred to as bun.

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  5. to occupy my place

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  6. Why did mountain call the squirrel little prig?

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  7. The answer is...123 can you count? if you can't EAT A SANDWICH!!!!!!

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