”Should Wizard Hit Mommy” is a lesson by John Updike who presents the worldview of a little child. Jack used to tell stories to his daughter Jo in the evenings and for Saturdays naps. Every story was a product of his head. This custom began when she was two. It continued nearly for two years. Each new story was a slight variation of the basic tale. Every story had a small creature, usually named Roger. It could be Roger Fish, Roger Squirrel or Roger Chipmunk. In every story Roger went to the wise owl and the owl would send Roger to the wizard.
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