Analysis Of A Short Story: "Myself And A Rabbit" by Michael Mac Grian
In the short story "Myself and a Rabbit," by Michael Mac Grian, a man is encountered by a rabbit who is being chased by a brown-coated weasel, on a lovely summer afternoon. The poetic short story finds itself going into great detail as to how the rabbit is moving aimlessly within a field of bulrushes, as a clever stoat chases the rabbit, and is consumed by its scent. The narrator then expresses the movements of the rabbit and stoat. The rabbit clearly is moving arbitrarily in an attempt to confuse the stoat, while the stoat is making clear, distinct steps towards the rabbit due to the redo…
- Analysis Of A Short Story: "Myself And A Rabbit" by Michael Mac Grian
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