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The Cat That Walked By Himself

(1902)
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Originally all the tame animals were wild, but especially the Cat: he walked by himself and all places were alike to him. The Man was wild too until he met the Woman, who chose a Cave for them to live in, lit a fire in it and hung a horsehide over the opening. She cooked a meal of wild ingredients. Le Chien etait sauvage, et le Cheval etait sauvage, et la Vache etait sauvage, et le Cochon etait sauvage - et ils se promenaient par les Chemins Mouilles du Bois Sauvage, tous sauvages et solitairement. Mais le plus sauvage de tous etait le Chat. Il se promenait seul et tous lieux se valaient pour lui. Naturellement, l'Homme etait sauvage aussi. Il etait sauvage que c'en etait affreux. Il ne commenca a s'apprivoiser que du jour ou il rencontra la Femme, et elle lui dit qu'elle n'aimait pas la sauvagerie de ses manieres. -, , , , , , . . , , . , , . , , , .


Genre: Children's Fiction

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