Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

This chapter is about Rum Tum Tugger, a cat that is dissatisfied with everything in life. No matter what he is given, he always wants something else. No matter where he is, he would rather be somewhere else. At first, he is offered a variety of foods, and always prefers the one he does not have. There is absolutely nothing that anyone can do about this, as Rum Tum Tugger is just that kind of cat. He will never be happy with what he has.

If Rum Tum Tugger were let outside, he would rather be in, and when he is in, he would rather be out. If anyone tries to keep him inside, he makes a large fuss. Again, there is nothing you can do about it; Rum Tum Tugger is the way that he is.

In addition to being contrary, Rum Tum Tugger has a...

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