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TALE

THIS IS ABOUT A CITY MOUSE AND A COUNTRY MOUSE. ONE DAY THE CITY
MOUSE DECIDED TO VISIT THE COUNTRY MOUSE. WHEN SHE SAW HOW
SCARCE HER FRIEND'S FOOD WAS, SHE INVITED THE COUNTRY MOUSE TO COME
TO THE CITY AND SEE ALL THE WONDERFUL FOOD THEY WILL THEN HAVE.
THE COUNTRY MOUSE DECIDED TO GO ALONG WITH THE PLAN. EVERYTHING
WAS WONDERFUL AT FIRST--GOOD FOOD AND PLENTY OF IT. BUT WHEN
THE COUNTRY MOUSE CAUGHT SIGHT OF A CAT--SHE DECIDED TO GO BACK
TO LIVE IN THE COUNTRY WHERE SHE WOULD NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT
BEING KILLED BUT COULD ALWAYS EAT PEACEFULLY.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 00-00-1950

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