Without more ado it set to work to gnaw the ropes with its teeth and succeeded

Without more ado it set to work to gnaw the ropes

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heard and recognized his roars of anger and ran to the spot. Without more ado it set to work to gnaw the ropes with its teeth, and succeeded before long in setting the Lion free."There!" said the Mouse, "you laughed at me when I promised I would repay you: but now you see, even a Mouse can help a Lion."Which element of plot is bolded in the fable above? (5 points) 5. In a short response of at least three complete sentences, define dream sequence and explain its effect on a traditional plot structure. (15 points) Font Family Font Size 6. Read "The Tortoise and the Hare." What do the characters experience in the story? In a paragraph of at least three sentences, choose either the Tortoise or the Hare and write a parallel plotthat tells a portion of the story from that character's point of view.
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