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  • Why the Tiger and the Stag Fear Each Other
  • Why the Tiger and the Stag Fear Each Other
  • Why the Tiger and the Stag Fear Each Other
  • At daylight the stag came back to do more work on his new house. “H’m,” he said when he looked at the clearing. “Somebody is helping me. The place is cleared and ready for me to build the foundation.”
  • Why the Tiger and the Stag Fear Each Other
  • At night the tiger came to work at his new house. “H’m,” he said when he looked at it. “Somebody is helping me. The foundations of my house are all laid.” He began to work at once and built the sides of the house. He worked all night and went away at daybreak, leaving the house with the sides completed. There was a big door and a funny little window in the side.
  • Why the Tiger and the Stag Fear Each Other
  • At daybreak the stag came back to work on his house. When he saw it he rubbed his eyes for he thought that he must be dreaming. The sides of the house were completed with a big door and a funny little window. “Somebody must surely be helping me,” he said to himself as he began to work to put on the roof. He worked hard all day and when the sun went down, there was a roof of dried grass on the house. “I can sleep in my own house to-night,” he said. He made his bed in the corner and soon was sound asleep.
  • Why the Tiger and the Stag Fear Each Other
  • At night the tiger came back to work on his new house. When he saw it he rubbed his eyes for he thought that he must be dreaming. There was a roof of dried grass on the house. “Somebody must surely be helping me,” he said to himself as he entered the door. The first thing he saw when he entered the door was the stag sound asleep in his bed in the corner. “Who are you and what are you doing in my house?” he said in his deepest voice.
  • The stag woke up with a start. “Who are you and what are you doing in my house?” said the stag in his deepest voice. “It is not your house. It is mine. I built it myself,” said the tiger. “It is my house,” said the stag. “I built it myself.” “I made the clearing for the house,” said the tiger, “I built the sides and made the door and window.” “I started the clearing,” said the stag. “I laid the foundations and put on the roof of dried grass.”
  • The stag and the tiger quarrelled all night about whose house it was. At daybreak they decided that they would live together there.
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