How Mr. Rabbit was too sharp for Mr. Fox

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Joel Chandler Harris was an American writer, journalist and folklorist. One of the most popular books by Harris is Uncle Remus. He wrote 7 Uncle Remus books containing 168 African American folktales. A little boy asked Uncle Remus to tell him, whether Mr. Fox ate Mr. Rabbit, when he caught him. When Mr. Fox caught Mr. Rabbit first he was laughing, then he started to think what way of killing to choose. In the meanwhile Mr. Rabbit kept repeating not to throw him into the brier bush. Mr. Fox thought of burning, hanging and drowning, and Mr. Rabbit kept repeating the same wish. What happened to poor Mr. Rabbit? Spend a few minutes to get to know.
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