The Adventures of Peter Rabbit

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29/08/2010 17:59:00 Father is missing, raised by mother Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-tail, Peter Animals have exhibit human tendencies—going to the store Peter and Mother are clothed, whereas the other children (Flopsy, Mopsy,  Cotton-tail) are naked Peter loses his shoes and his jacket catches him—gets in trouble for use of  human objects. Wriggles out of his jacket to get away Animals are friendly and helpful towards Peter, humans are dangerous. Peter fears cats, an animal strongly associated with people. McGregor hangs up Peter’s jacket and shoes Peter is sick and doesn’t get dinner, whereas the other children eat heartily. 
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29/08/2010 17:59:00 Ben has clothes “gig” instead of car Ben is the cousin of Peter 24-- Use of the “I” voice pg 24, and also we 25-- Peter only claims to have been chased around the garden, no mention of  attempted murder 26—Cottontail allocated tasks, not Peter 27- tam-o-shanter? 28—Peter keeps hearing noises, afraid? 29- Purpose of mentioning the mice? Why do they wink at Peter and Ben? 30- “THIS is what they saw”… no mention of the cat forces reader to interact with 
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2011 for the course ENG 80K taught by Professor Wright during the Spring '11 term at Berkeley.

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