Christopher Mouse: The Tale of a Small Traveler - Chapter 11: On My Own Summary & Analysis

William Wise
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Summary

When the cat did not attack him, Christopher considered that the cat might be a statue. When he got closer, he realized it was an ancient Egyptian cat statue inside a glass case. Christopher felt stupid, and he hurried out of the Egyptian wing. As he explored, Christopher discovered that the guards had less interest in the floor and more in the paintings and sculptures.

Christopher found seven peanuts in a desk drawer in the membership office. He did not plan to sleep there, but after eating was so tired that he decided to take a short nap. He was thirsty after eating the salty nuts, but decided to search for water after his rest. He pulled a couple of tissues out of a box and fell asleep in a corner of the drawer.

Analysis

Like a true protagonist, Christopher bravely...

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