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The Witches Hate Quotes

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Quote #10

"A mouse! A mouse! Catch it quick! […] Kill it! Stamp on it!" (18.34)

In the kitchen, the cooks catch sight of our narrator-mouse and try to kill him. How is this any different than the witches trying to kill a child? Why do you think we're less sensitive to the death of a mouse than the death of a child?

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