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|L&T question -- Chapter 22 -- Rat-hunting?
Written by Cathy Allen
(10/30/2008 10:47 a.m.)
Charles is speaking of Capt. Benwick, that he had gotten to know him better, and liked him as a result: "...We had a famous set-to at rat-hunting all the morning in my father's great barns."
Rat-hunting?! It seems rather much ado about nothing (to borrow a phrase from Shakespeare). Was a this common amusement for young men?
- L&T question -- Chapter 22 -- Rat-hunting? Cathy Allen (10/30/2008 10:47 a.m.)
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