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a song from a Peanuts special... 

  Sally: Homework! 
  Schroder: Homework! 
  Lucy: Homework! 
  Charlie Brown: Homework! 
  All: YUCK! 
  All: A book report on Peter Rabbit... 
  Sally: Peter Rabbit is this stupid book about this stupid rabbit who 
stole vegetables from other people's gardens. 
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17. Hmm, 83 to go. 
  Lucy: The name of the book about which 
  This book report is about is 
 Peter Rabbit which is about this 
  Schroder: I found it very... 
            I liked the part where... 
            It was a... 
            It reminded me of Robin Hood! 

  Schroder: And the part where Little John jumped from the rock on the 
Sherriff of Nottingham's back, and then Robin and everyone sprung from the 
trees in a sudden surprise aTtack, and he captured the sherriff and all of 
his goods and he carried him back to the camp in the woods and the 
sherriff was guest at the dinner and all but he wiggled the call and the 
men rushed in and the arrows flew... 
            Peter Rabbit had sort of that kind of thing too... 
  Sally: The other people's name was MacGregor. 18,19,20,21,22,23. Hmmm. 
  Linus: In examining such a work as Peter Rabbit, it is important that 
the superficial characteristics of its deceptively simple plot should not 
be allowed to blind the reader to the more substantial fabric of its 
deeper motivations. In this report, I plan to discuss the sociallogical 
implications of family pressures so great as to drive an otherwise moral 
rabbit to acts of thievery, which he consciously knew where against the 
law. I also hope to explore the personality of Mister MacGregor, in his 
conflicting role of farmer and humanitarian. Peter Rabbit is established 
from the start as a benevolent hero, and it is only with the increase of 
social pressure that the seams in his moral fabric... 

  Charlie Brown: If I start writing now, when I'm not really rested, it 
could upset my thinking, which is not good at all. I'll get a fresh start 
tomorrow and it's not due till Wednesday, so I'll have all of Tuesday 
unless something should happen. Why does this always happen? I should be 
outside playing, getting fresh air and sunshine, I work best under 
pressure, and there'll be lots of pressure if I wait till tomorrow, I 
should start writing now. But if I start writing now, when I'm not really 
rested, it could upset my thinking, which is not good at all... 
  Sally: The name of the rabbit was Peter. 24,25,26,27,28,29,30! Ha! 
  Schroder: Down came the staff on his head, smash! 
            And Robin fell like a sack full of lead, crash! 
            The sheriff laughed, and he left him for dead, ha! 
            But he was wrong! 
  Sally: 35,36,37,38,39,40! 
  Schroder: Just then an arrow flew in, whing! 
            It was the sign for the fight to begin, zing! 
            And then it looked like the sheriff would win, ha! 
            But not for long... 
            Away they ran, just like rabbits 
            Who run a lot 
            As you can tell from the story of Peter Rabbit 
            Who this report 
            Is about... 

   Charlie Brown:                             Lucy: 
   How do they expect us to write a  
       book report                            There were vegetables in the 
   Of any quality                                garden... 
   In just two days?                          Such as lettuce, and carrots 
                                               and onions, and mushrooms 
   How can they conspire to make                (continues to list 
   How can they conspire to make                (continues to list 
   life so miserable,                            vegetables in background) 
   And so insensible in so many 
  Linus: Not to mention the deeply-rooted pressure exerted on him by his 
extreme sibling rivalry with Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail... 
  Lucy: The name of the book about which, 
        This book report is about is... 
  All: Peter Rabbit, Peter Rabbit... 
  Sally: 74,75,76,77,78,79 
  Lucy: And they were very very very very very very happy to be home. 
        The end... 
  Sally: 94,95 
  Lucy: The very, very, very end... 
  Sally: Amen. 
  Charlie Brown: A book report on Peter Rabbit... 

   Sigh. One mistake: in Schroder's first section, it should read "And the 
sheriff was guest at the dinner and all but he wriggled away and he 
sounded the call..." 

Homework Lyrics