History Headscratchers / TheTaleOfDespereaux

14th Nov '14 11:19:57 AM YourDoom
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**Basically the difference is that the mice are a highly oppressive, stale society that refuses to accept anyone different, while the rats are an evil, cynical society. From a certain point of view, the rats could even be considered "less evil" because they, at least, are honest.
16th Apr '13 8:10:33 AM GhostOfAGeek
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**I don't think they are. They're viewed as a flawed society that's only hurting itself by refusing to accept anything new or different. Isn't that a major theme in both the movie and the book?

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**I don't think they are. They're viewed as a flawed society that's only hurting itself by refusing to accept anything new or different. Isn't that a major theme in both the movie and the book?book?
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