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The best part of going away is coming home. I don't care if that does sound rather mixed; it is true just the same. It isn't home down there in the sunny South, even if we do spend as much time there as we do here. This is home, and there's no place like it! What's that, Mr. Wren? I haven't seen all the Great World? Perhaps I haven't, but I've seen enough of it, let me tell you that! Any one who travels a thousand miles twice a year as we do has a right to express an opinion, especially if they have used their eyes as I have mine.
Wren recover their house. Calling another bad names never hurts him. Brave deeds and not brave words are what count. How long that disgraceful squabble in the Old Orchard would have lasted had it not been for something which happened, no one knows. Right in the midst of it some one discovered Black Pussy, the cat who lives in Farmer Brown's house, stealing up through the Old Orchard, her tail twitching and her yellow eyes glaring eagerly. She had heard that dreadful racket and suspected that in the midst of such excitement she might have a chance to catch one of the feathered folks.
Burgess Yesterday's Classics Chapel Hill, North Carolina Cover and Arrangement © 2010 Yesterday's Classics, LLC All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or retransmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the publisher. This edition, first published in 2010 by Yesterday's Classics, an imprint of Yesterday's Classics, LLC, is an unabridged republication of the work originally published by Little, Brown & Co. in 1919. This title is available in a print edition (ISBN 978-1-59915-170-0).