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  2. List of fictional rodents in literature - Wikipedia

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    She gives the rat the name Melchisedec. Perhaps this is Mrs. Burnett's joke, as Melchisedec was a kingly high priest in the book of Genesis to whom, we are told, the patriarch Abraham gave a tenth of all he possessed. Sara shares her crumbs with the rat, which is a large percentage of what she possesses. ^ Gruner, Elizabeth Rose (1998).

  3. List of books and articles about rats - Wikipedia

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    Barkley, H.C. (2019). Studies in the Art of Rat-catching. Reprint. Wentworth Press. ISBN 978-0469040304 Barnett, A.S. (2002). The Story of Rats: Their Impact on Us, and Our Impact on Them. Allen & Unwin. ISBN 1-86508-519-7. Hendrickson, R. (1983). More Cunning than Man: A Complete History of the Rat and its Role in Civilization, Kensington Books.

  4. The Stainless Steel Rat - Wikipedia

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    There are 12 works in the Stainless Steel Rat series. The Adventures of the Stainless Steel Rat (1978) anthologized the first three books: ISBN 0-425-04378-9 The Stainless Steel Rat Omnibus (2008) anthologized the first three books: ISBN 978-0-575-08171-0 (Gollancz)

  5. List of fictional rodents in comics - Wikipedia

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    This list of fictional rodents in comics is subsidiary to list of fictional rodents and covers all rodents appearing in graphic novelizations, manga, comic books and strips. The characters listed here include beavers, chipmunks, gophers, guinea pigs, marmots, prairie dogs, and porcupines plus the extinct prehistoric species (such as Rugosodon ).

  6. List of fictional rodents - Wikipedia

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    This list of fictional rodents is subsidiary to the list of fictional animals and covers all rodents, including beavers, mice, chipmunks, gophers, guinea pigs, hamsters, florence, marmots, prairie dogs, porcupines and squirrels, as well as extinct or prehistoric species. Rodents, particularly rats and mice, feature in literature, myth and legend.

  7. Island (novel series) - Wikipedia

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    Island is a novel trilogy by Canadian author Gordon Korman. The books are set in contemporary times and designed for young teenagers. The series consists of: Shipwreck (2000) Survival (2001) Escape (2001) Island Trilogy Bind-Up Book (2006)

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