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A TALE OF A TALKING ROOSTER

SINCE IN POLAND IT IS BELIEVED THAT FARM ANIMALS
WILL TALK ON CHRISTMAS EVE, THERE ARE STORIES OF THE
FARMER WHO --OUT OF CURIOSITY-- LISTENS TO THEM. IN
ONE, THE FARMER LISTENS TO THE ROOSTER, WHO DIRECTLY
SPEAKS TO HIM BY SAYING:
"YOU HAVE ONE WIFE AND YOU CAN'T HANDLE HER, AND I
HAVE A THOUSAND WIVES AND I CAN MANAGE THEM ALL."

Submitter comment: MY GRANDMOTHER REMEMBERS THIS (AS) A POPULAR TALE IN
POLAND.

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 10-22-1967

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THE MOUSE AND THE GRASSHOPPER

THIS GUY CAME INTO THE BAR AND ASKED THE BARTENDER FOR
A DRINK. OF COURSE, THE BARTENDER REFUSED HIM UNTIL HE
SAW HIS MONEY, BECAUSE HE HAD BEEN HAVING TROUBLE WITH
GUYS NOT PAYING FOR THEIR DRINKS. WELL, THE GUY SAID
THAT HE HAD A REAL GOOD TRICK HE'D SHOW HIM IF THE
BARTENDER WOULD GIVE HIM A DRINK. THE BARKEEP SAID THAT
HE WANTED TO SEE THE TRICK FIRST, BEFORE HE GAVE OUT
ANY DRINKS. SO THE GUY PULLED A LITTLE MOUSE AND A
GRASSHOPPER OUT OF THE BOX. HE SET THE GRASSHOPPER ON
THE PIANO STOOL AND THE MOUSE SAT NEXT TO HIM. THEN
THE GRASSHOPPER STARTED TO PLAY THE PIANO AND THE MOUSE
SANG ALONG WITH HIM. THE BARTENDER COULDN'T BELIEVE IT.
HE SUPPLIED THE GUY WITH THE BEST DRINKS IN THE HOUSE
FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT. FINALLY, IT WAS CLOSING TIME
AND THE GUY HAD TO GO. THE BARTENDER TOLD HIM THAT WAS
THE GREATEST THING HE EVER SAW AND ANYTIME THAT GUY
WANTED TO BRING THAT ACT IN, THERE HE WOULD NEVER HAVE
TO BUY A DRINK. "NO," THE GUY SAID, "I CAN'T COME BACK
HERE AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOU AGAIN. I'VE GOT A
CONFESSION TO MAKE. SEE THAT MOUSE--WELL, HE ISN'T
REALLY SINGING. THE GRASSHOPPER'S A VENTRILOQUIST."

Submitter comment: MY DAD HAD HEARD THE STORY IN AL'S BAR ON JOY ROAD AND
QUINCY IN ABOUT 1954.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 00-00-1954

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THE FLY AND THE BEE

ONE SPRING MORNING IN AN ORCHARD, A BEE WAS SITTING
ON A FLOWER. A FLY SAW HER GATHERING THE NECTAR AND
SAID: "DON'T YOU TIRE OF WORKING EVERY DAY FROM
MORNING TO NIGHT? I WOULDN'T TRADE PLACES WITH YOU,
I COULDN'T TAKE IT FOR A DAY. MY LIFE IS HEAVENLY.
I FLY AROUND AMONGST THE GUESTS AT BALLS, WEDDINGS,
AND BIRTHDAYS. I'M ALWAYS THE FIRST ONE THERE. I EAT
FROM RICH MEN'S PLATES; I DRINK SWEET WINE FROM
CRYSTAL GLASSES; I TAKE WHATEVER I FANCY. I CAN
EVEN BE FOUND AT THE KING'S TABLE."
THE BEE REPLIED: "I KNOW ALL OF THAT BUT I HEAR THAT
NOBODY LIKES YOU. WHEN YOU SHOW UP IN A HOME, THEY
CHASE YOU OUT IN SHAME!"
THE FLY SAID: "CHASE ME OUT, SO WHAT? IF THEY CHASE
ME OUT ONE WINDOW, I SIMPLY FLY IN THE NEXT!"

Submitter comment: MY GRANDMOTHER LEARNED THIS IN RUSSIA. IT IS A RUSSIA
A RHYME WHEN TOLD IN RUSSIAN.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; RUSSIA ; Farmington Hills

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

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THE FOX AND THE RAVEN

A RAVEN WAS FLYING AROUND AND FOUND A
HUNK OF CHEESE. SHE ATE THE CHEESE UNTIL
SHE WAS ALMOST SATISFIED. BUT SHE STILL HAD
A PIECE OF CHEESE IN HER MOUTH. A FOX
RAN BY AND SMELLED THE CHEESE. HE STOPPED
AND SAW THE RAVEN WITH THE CHEESE.
HE SAID TO THE RAVEN: "DEAR FRIEND, HOW
LOVELY YOU ARE! WHAT SPLENDID FEATHERS, WHAT
A LOVELY BEAK! YOU MUST HAVE A HEAVENLY
VOICE. SING ME A PRETTY SONG. DON'T BE SHY,
SING! YOU ARE THE QUEEN OF ALL BIRDS!
SOMEONE AS LOVELY AS YOU SHOULD SING!"
THE RAVEN WAS SO HAPPY, SHE CROWED WITH ALL
OF HER MIGHT. THE PIECE OF CHEESE FELL OUT
OF HER BEAK WHEN SHE OPENED IT AND THE CLEVER
FOX GOBBLED IT UP. THE RAVEN THEN FLEW AWAY,
STILL NOT QUITE SATISFIED

Submitter comment: THIS TALE WAS LEARNED IN RUSSIA AND WAS IN
RHYME IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; Farmington Hills

Subject headings: Favorites
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 10-27-1983

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THE MONKEY AND THE BEAR

THE MONKEY LOOKED AT HERSELF IN THE MIRROR.
SHE KICKED THE BEAR NEXT TO HER AND SAID,
"LOOK AT THAT HORROR! LOOK AT THOSE FOLDS
AND WRINKLES! I WOULD CHOKE IF I RESEMBLED THAT
IMAGE AT ALL!"
THE BEAR SAID, "RECOGNIZE THAT IT IS YOU! I
KNOW OTHER UGLY MONKEY FRIENDS LIKE YOU. I CAN
COUNT THEM ALL ON MY FINGERS..."
THE MONKEY INTERRUPTED, "DON'T TROUBLE YOURSELF
TO COUNT THEM. TAKE A LOOK AT YOURSELF IN THE
MIRROR INSTEAD!"

Submitter comment: THIS WAS LEARNED IN RUSSIA AND IS IN RHYME IN
THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; Farmington Hills

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 10-27-1983

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UNDER A NUT TREE

A PIG STUFFED HERSELF WITH NUTS AND THEN SLEPT
UNDER THE NUT TREE. WHEN SHE WOKE UP SHE STARTED
TO DIG WITH HER SNOUT. A RAVEN WAS SITTING IN
THE TREE AND SAID TO THE PIG, "YOU ARE HARMING
THE TREE WITH YOUR DIGGING! THE TREE MIGHT WHITHER."
THE PIG SAID, "LET IT WHITHER, I DON'T CARE. I
ONLY CARE ABOUT NUTS."
THE TREE THEN SAID, "YOU STUPID IDIOT! IF YOU
WOULD RAISE YOUR HEAD YOU WOULD SEE THAT THE NUTS
GROW ON ME!"

Submitter comment: THIS WAS LEARNED IN RUSSIA AND IS IN RHYME IN
THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; Farmington Hills

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 10-27-1983

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RUSSIAN TALE

A WOLF RAN OUT OF THE FOREST INTO THE VILLAGE BECAUSE
HUNTERS, WORKERS AND DOGS WERE AFTER HIM. THE WOLF CAME
TO A CAT ON A FENCE AND IMPLORED HER TO HELP HIM:
"VASIL, MY FRIEND, WHICH MAN FROM THIS VILLAGE IS GOOD
ENOUGH TO HIDE ME? YOU HEAR THE DOGS BARKING. THAT
HORRIBLE NOISE! THAT IS ALL ABOUT ME!"
THE CAT SAID, "RUN FAST TO TRAFEMA, A VERY GOOD MAN."
BUT THE WOLF ANSWERED, "I'M AFRAID OF HIM BECAUSE I
ATE HIS SHEEP."
THEN THE CAT SAID, "THEN GO TO SIMON, A VERY GOOD MAN."
"I'M AFRAID OF HIM BECAUSE I KILLED HIS COLT."
"THEN GO TO IVAN, A VERY GOOD MAN."
"I'M AFRAID OF HIM BECAUSE I STOLE HIS GOAT."
"WELL MAYBE KLEM WILL HIDE YOU."
"I'M AFRAID OF HIM BECAUSE I STOLE HIS PIGLET."
THEN THE CAT SAID, "I SEE YOU HAVE SALTED EVERYONE IN
THE VILLAGE. WHAT YOU HAVE SOWN YOU MUST NOW REAP.

Submitter comment: THE ORIGINAL WAS IN RHYME IN RUSSIAN.
IN THE TEXT, "SALTED" MEANS "AFFRONTED". "SALTING" REFERS
TO THE MEANS OF PRESERVING SLAUGHTERED GAME--THE MEAT
WAS SALTED. THE WOLF HAD SLAUGHTERED THE VILLAGERS'
ANIMALS, OR "SALTED" THEM. IT IS USED LOOSELY HERE--
HE SALTED THE PEOPLE, NOT THE ANIMALS.
ALSO, NOTE THAT THE LAST SENTENCE THE CAT SAYS IS REALLY
A QUOTE FROM THE BIBLE.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; Farmington Hills

James Callow Keyword(s): CHAIN TALE

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Formula tale
Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Prose Narrative C820.620
Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Prose Narrative Prose Narrative

Date learned: 12-00-1983

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THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE ANT

AFTER PLAYING, SINGING AND DANCING ALL SUMMER THE
GRASSHOPPER FOUND HIMSELF FACING THE ONSET OF WINTER.
HE ASKED HIMSELF, "HOW WILL I SING ON AN EMPTY STOMACH?"
HE WAS VERY DISTRESSED AND HOPPED OVER TO AN ANT WHO
WAS GOING DOWN INTO HER HOLE FOR THE WINTER. HE ASKED
HER TO LET HIM INTO HER DWELLING AND GIVE HIM FOOD AND
WARMTH.
THE ANT SAID, "MY FRIEND, I WOULD BE ASHAMED TO TAKE
YOU IN SINCE YOU HAVEN'T WORKED ALL SUMMER."
THE GRASSHOPPER SAID, "OH YES, I WORKED--I SANG ALL
SUMMER."
BUT THE ANT SAID, "WELL YOU SANG ALL SUMMER, NOW YOU CAN
DANCE!"

Submitter comment: THIS TALE IS SIMILAR TO ONE TOLD IN AMERICA EXCEPT
THAT IN THAT ONE THE ANT HAS PITY ON THE GRASSHOPPER
AND TAKES HIM IN. THE GRASSHOPPER EARNED HIS KEEP BY
SINGING AND DANCING FOR THE ANT COLONY. IN THE RUSSIAN
VERSION WHICH I GAVE THE GRASSHOPPER IS GIVEN A SARCASTIC
ANSWER FROM THE ANT AND IS TURNED AWAY.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; Farmington Hills

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 12-00-1983

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THE BEAR AND THE RABBIT

A BEAR AND A RABBIT WENT TO THE FOREST TO SHIT,
THE BEAR SAID TO THE RABBIT, "DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE WITH
SHIT STICKING TO YOUR FUR?" THE RABBIT SAID,"NO." SO
THE BEAR PICKED UP THE RABBIT AND WIPED HIS ASS WITH HIM.

Where learned: HOME ; MICHIGAN ; DETROIT ; WATCHING A VIDEO TAPE

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

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IN THE JUNGLE OF ANIMALS THE LION IS KING. EACH DAY THE LION WOULD
GO AROUND THE JUNGLE AND ASK THE ANIMALS THAT LIVED IN THE JUNGLE
WHO WAS KING. IF THE ANIMAL DIDN'T ANSWER THAT THE LION WAS KING,
THE LION WOULD EAT HIM. ONE DAY A LITTLE RAT GOT FED UP WITH THE
LION. WHEN THE LION ASKED HIM WHO WAS KING, HE SAID THAT THERE WAS
SOMEONE ELSE WHO CLAIMED HE WAS KING. THE LION WAS OUTRAGED. THE
RAT SAID HE WOULD SHOW THE LION WHO SAID HE WAS KING. THE RAT LED
THE LION TO A DEEP WELL. HE TOLD THE LION THAT THE IMPOSTER WAS IN
THE WELL. WHEN THE LION YELLED INTO THE WELL THAT HE WAS KING, HIS
ECHO HOLLERED BACK, "I AM KING OF THE JUNGLE!" THIS MADE THE LION
SO MAD THAT HE JUMPED INTO THE WELL AND DROWNED.

Submitter comment: THIS STORY WAS LEARNED IN GRADE SCHOOL IN INDIA.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; SOUTHFIELD

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 00-00-1969

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THE RABBIT AND THE BRIARPATCH

THERE ONCE WAS A RABBIT AND A FOX. THE FOX HAD BEEN WATCHING
THE RABBIT FOR A LONG TIME BUT THE RABBIT WAS TOO FAST FOR THE
FOX. ONE DAY, THE FOX DECIDED HE WOULD TRY TO TRICK THE RABBIT.
HE FINALLY CAUGHT THE RABBIT. THE RABBIT CRIED "OH PLEASE FOX
YOU'VE GOT ME, ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU DON'T THROW ME IN THE
BRIARPATCH." BUT THE FOX WASN'T SATISFIED. HE WANTED TO TORTURE
THE POOR RABBIT SO HE THREW THE RABBIT IN THE BRIARPATCH
ANYWAY. FORTUNATELY, THE RABBIT' HAIRS REPELLED THE PATCH AND
RAN AWAY. THE FOX RAN AFTER HIM AND GOT CAUGHT IN THE PATCH AND
NEVER WAS FREE AGAIN.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: Favorites
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 11-00-1987

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YOUTHFUL EXPERIENCE IN ITALY

ONE DARK, STORMY EVENING A YOUNG MAN NAMED LUIGI DELUCA
WAS RETURNING FROM THE MARKET TO HIS HOME IN SICILY.
HE WAS RIDING ON A DONKEY, AND WHEN THEY APPROACHED A
BRIDGE THE DONKEY REFUSED TO STEP ONTO IT. LUIGI THEN
DISMOUNTED THE DONKEY AND BEGAN TO SMACK IT TO TRY TO
GET THE DONKEY TO CONTINUE THE JOURNEY. BUT, NO MATTER
HOW PERSISTENT LUIGI WAS, THE DONKEY STILL REFUSED TO
BUDGE. FINALLY, LUIGI LOOKED UP AND SAW A DARK, EVIL
FORM STANDING IN THE CENTER OF THE BRIDGE. HE WAS
THANKFUL FOR THE DONKEY'S WISDOM AND RETURNED HOME
VIA ANOTHER ROUTE.

Submitter comment: THIS STORY WAS TOLD TO CARMELLA SPINEK BY HER FATHER
LUIGI. HE CLAIMED THIS EVENT TOOK PLACE WHEN HE WAS
A BOY IN ITALY. THE INFORMANT SAID HER FATHER SPOKE
OF IT OFTEN AND COMMENTED ON THE DONKEY'S WISDOM.

Where learned: SICILY

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 00-00-1945

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"Once a dog from a meat market stole a piece of meat and began to
run. On the road, he encountered a small bridge. As he looked down
into the water he saw a larger piece of meat. (Unknown to him, it was
just a reflection of the meat he had in his mouth.) As he opened his
mouth to grab the 'larger piece of meat,' he lost the piece he had.
Moral: Whoever wants more than he or she has loses the little he or
she does have."

Submitter comment: The moral loses much in the translation.

Where learned: GREECE

Keyword(s): Lesson ; Story

James Callow Keyword(s): animal fable

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 00001950CA

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The Sun and the Wind

The Wind decided one day that he was the strongest creature
in the sky. As soon as the Sun came out that day, he said, "My
friend the Sun, let's have a contest to see who is stronger?"
This idea did not seem very good to the kindly Sun, who had only
just come out, "If you please, Wind, I would just as soon not do
that. I have a long day ahead of me to spread my sunshine." I
believe you know I am stronger than you. I will find someone
else to play this game with me." At this the Sun became a bit
annoyed with the Wind and decided after all that he would be
willing to try his strength. "How shall we play our game?" said
the Sun. "I know," said the Wind. "There's a traveler down
below who is wearing a heavy coat. Let's see who can get that
coat off the traveler's back. I'll go first." The Wind blew as
hard as he could. But whenever the Wind blew, the traveler
wrapped his coat tighter and tighter about him. Finally the Wind
could blow no more. Then the Sun turned on his kindly rays and
warmed the traveler up until the man had no need for his coat.
Soon enough, the man took off his coat and carried it on his arm.
"You win," said the Wind, who had learned a Lesson. KINDLY
ACTIONS CAN DO MORE THAN FORCE.

Submitter comment: My informant remembers reading this fable in Aesop.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; Lansing

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Sun
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Wind Whirlwind Hurricane Cyclone Tornado
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 11-00-1991

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The Ant and the Grasshopper

All day long all through the warm days of summer, a green
grasshopper went happily about. Whenever the grasshopper was
thirsty, he would sip nectar from any plant he saw. One
afternoon, as the grasshopper was leaping from flower to flower,
he saw beneath him a little black ant struggling to carry a fat
leaf bigger than himself. "Little friend," said the grasshopper,
"What are you doing down there?" "Why, I am carrying this leaf
off to my nest. I must fill my nest with food to last through
winter." "Winter?" said the grasshopper. "Who cares about
winter? Why don't you climb up to this flower and enjoy its
sweet nectar? Winter will take care of itself." "That isn't the
way things work in this world," said the ant. "Winter will be
here soon. The flowers will be gone, and there will be nothing
to eat." "Well, suit yourself," said the grasshopper. And off
he went, singing happily and having no cares at all. The ant
returned to carry each leaf, but he did not mind. He knew he
would have enough to last the winter. Soon the cold weather
came. The ant was snug in his
nest with plenty of food to eat. The grasshopper? He had
nothing to eat and soon was no more. A WISE PERSON KNOWS THAT
SUMMER DOES NOT LAST FOREVER.

Submitter comment: My informant remembers reading this fable in Aesop.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; Lansing

Keyword(s): Nectar = A sweet liquid secreted by plants

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale
BELIEF -- Measure of time Winter

Date learned: 11-00-1991

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BELIEF

FALSE BELIEF: THAT WHEN IN DANGER, YOUNG SNAKES GO INTO
THEIR MOTHER'S MOUTH. UNTRUE--SNAKES ARE ON THEIR
OWN WHEN THEY ARE BORN.

Where learned: NATURE STUDY

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Mammal
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 04-19-1969

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BELIEF: MUDSNAKE (HOOKSNAKE)

IT IS BELIEVED THAT THIS SNAKE PUTS ITSELF
INTO HOOK AND CHASES ITS VICTIM, JABBING AT
YOU WITH TAIL. FALSE BELIEF.

Where learned: NATURE STUDY

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Mammal
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 04-19-1969

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BELIEF: SNAKES

BELIEF THAT THE EASTERN COACHWHIP SNAKE STANDS
ON ITS HEAD AND BEATS YOU TO DEATH. FALSE.

Where learned: NATURE STUDY CLASS ; NASHVILLE ; TENNESSEE, ASSUMED

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Mammal
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

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DINNER PARTY

A WOMAN WAS GOING TO GIVE A DINNER PARTY FOR HER
FRIENDS. HER CAT GOT INTO THE CASSEROLE AND ATE
SOME. THE WOMAN DIDN'T HAVE TIME TO FIX ANYTHING
ELSE, SO SHE JUST SCRAPED OFF THE AREA HE HAD
GOTTEN INTO. THE DINNER PARTY WENT SMOOTHLY
UNTIL THE WOMAN CAME BACK INTO THE KITCHEN FOR
SOMETHING AND FOUND HER CAT DEAD. SHE RUSHED HER
FRIENDS TO THE HOSPITAL TO PUMP THEIR STOMACHS--
SHE LATER FOUND OUT THE CAT HAD EATEN SOME POISON.

Where learned: TENNESSEE ; NASHVILLE ; PEABODY CAFETERIA

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Mammal
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

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THERE WAS THIS DEAN AT THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
WHO HAD THIS DOG WHO KEPT ANNOYING HER AS SHE WAS
GETTING READY TO GIVE A DINNER PARTY. SO TO QUIET
HIM SOME, SHE GAVE HIM SOME OF THE CASSEROLE FOR
THAT NIGHT'S PARTY. THE GUESTS ARRIVED AND THE
DINNER ALMOST FINISHED BEING EATEN, WHEN THE
DEAN'S MAID CAME IN AND WHISPERED TO HER THAT
THE DOG HAD DIED.
WELL, THE DEAN TOLD HER GUESTS AND RUSHED THEM
DOWN TO THE HOSPITAL TO HAVE THEIR STOMACHS
PUMPED.
THE DOG, SHE LATER FOUND OUT, HAD BEEN RUN OVER.

Where learned: TALKING ABOUT SCHOOL ; NASHVILLE ; TENNESSEE, ASSUMED

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Mammal
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Woman

Date learned: 04-20-1969

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