The Best of Roald Dahl - Georgy Porgy and Genesis and Catastrophe Summary & Analysis

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Georgy Porgy and Genesis and Catastrophe Summary

The narrator, a reverend, is a learned man, but has never had a relationship with a woman. His mother used to teach him when he was younger. She believed a child should experience everything, telling her son about religion, finances and sex. She takes her son to see a rabbit giving birth, but the rabbit eats the baby. When he turns to his mom, all he sees is her open mouth and panics, thinking she will eat him. He runs onto a highway, where his mother is hit by a car. Most of the women in his parish are spinsters. He likes to watch women, but panics when they touch him. He doesn't understand why the spinsters force themselves on him, and experiments with rats to find out. The male and female rats...

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