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  • The Amazing Maurice And His Educated Rats Character Analysis

    The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents is a book by English writer Terry Pratchett. This book presents to the reader a marvelous story about a talking—or very intelligent and clever, as he puts it—cat, a clan of educated rats, and a stupid-looking kid, who go from town to town to scam the villagers by producing a fake plague of rats, and then the kid would play the piper that leads the rats away with his music. That plan leaves Maurice as the master mind behind the act. The story begins when this peculiar group arrives at Bad Blintz, where they will have to face numerous tribulations that will challenge their moral stands and will make the audience ask themselves about their own. One of the most recurring themes in the book is humanity,…

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