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* RealitySubtext: A number of Beatrix Potter's stories contain this, but ''The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse'' is a special case. Potter's work had become quite popular and she was frequently receiving unannounced and uninvited guests. She wrote this story as a way to get the point across that this is a really rude thing to do, and it was making her dislike her own fame.


* RealitySubtext: A number of Beatrix Potter's stories contain this, but ''The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse'' is a special case. Potter's work had become quite popular and she was frequently receiving unannounced and uninvited guests. She wrote this story as a way to get the point across that this is a really rude thing to do, and because it was making her dislike her own fame.

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* RealitySubtext: A number of Beatrix Potter's stories contain this, but ''The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse'' is a special case. Potter's work had become quite popular and she was frequently receiving unannounced and uninvited guests. She wrote this story as a way to get the point across that this is a really rude thing to do, and because it was making her dislike her own fame.


* RealitySubtext: A number of Beatrix Potter's stories contain this, but ''The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse'' is a special case. Potter's work had become quite popular and she was frequently receiving unannounced and uninvited guests. She wrote this story as a way to get the point across that such things were quite frustrating to her.

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* RealitySubtext: A number of Beatrix Potter's stories contain this, but ''The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse'' is a special case. Potter's work had become quite popular and she was frequently receiving unannounced and uninvited guests. She wrote this story as a way to get the point across that such things were quite frustrating this is a really rude thing to her.do, and because it was making her dislike her own fame.

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''The Tale of Mrs Tittlemouse'' is a children's book by Creator/BeatrixPotter.


* RealitySubtext: A number of Beatrix Potter's stories contain this, but ''The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse'' is a special case. Potter's work had become quite popular and she was frequently receiving unannounced and uninvited guests, much to her frustration. She wrote this story as a way to get the point across.

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* RealitySubtext: A number of Beatrix Potter's stories contain this, but ''The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse'' is a special case. Potter's work had become quite popular and she was frequently receiving unannounced and uninvited guests, much to her frustration. guests. She wrote this story as a way to get the point across.across that such things were quite frustrating to her.

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* RealitySubtext: A number of Beatrix Potter's stories contain this, but ''The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse'' is a special case. Potter's work had become quite popular and she was frequently receiving unannounced and uninvited guests, much to her frustration. She wrote this story as a way to get the point across.

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* {{Foil}}: Lazy slob Mr. Jackson for industrious neatnik Mrs. Tittlemouse.

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* TheThingThatWouldNotLeave: Mr. Jackson, the toad. Eventually Mrs. Tittlemouse gets so fed up with him that she [[spoiler: makes her doorway too small for him to get in.]]

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Mrs. Tittlemouse likes to keep a [[NeatFreak clean house]]. However she finds this task a difficult one when so many of her messy neighbors keep wandering into her home uninvited.
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* ADayInTheLimelight: For Mrs. Tittlemouse, who had a key role in "Literature/TheTaleOfTheFlopsyBunnies."
* NeatFreak: Mrs. Tittlemouse.
* SacredHospitality: Mrs. Tittlemouse seems to believe in it, given how polite (and ineffectual) she is when trying to get uninvited guests to go away. By the end of the story, however, she puts her foot down.
* SpidersAreScary: Averted in this story, the spider is just a mild nuisance, albeit a polite one.
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