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The Lorax

The Lorax

  

by Dr. Seuss

Home Dr Seuss The Lorax Summary Lines 206-218

The Lorax Lines 206-218 Summary

The Once-ler Blows his Stack and the Last Tree Gets Whacked

  • Fed up with the Lorax's bossing, the Once-ler starts to holler about his rights, specifically his right to bigger all he wants, uninhibited by negative Nancies like the Lorax.
  • Just after this little tantrum, the very last Truffula Tree gets the axe.

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