The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse - Pages 67 - 90 Summary & Analysis

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The horse tells his friends that sometimes just getting up and going on is “brave and magnificent” (67). The friends see swans on a pond. The horse explains they look put together, but there is a lot of paddling going on below the surface of the water. The mole explains that the greatest illusion is that life has to be perfect. The author notes that the words and pictures on this page are smeared because his dog walked on the page. He indicates it is as if the dog was trying to help him prove his point.

On the next page, the boy and his friends are looking at a brown circle. The boy asks if it is the moon, and the mole says it is a stain made by a teacup. In the next picture, the mole, the boy, and the fox are...

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