Another one of Wart's transformation places him in a flock of geese. These geese are a
peace loving race that never kill. Wart learns all about being a geese from other geese. Wart learns
most of his lessons from a goose named Lyo-lyok. Wart and Lyo-lyok talk about how the geese
communicate and most everything about geese... Showed first 250 characters
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Wart and Lyo-lyok talk about how the geese
communicate and most everything about geese. When Wart asks, "Are we fighting people?"
(169). Wart and Lyo-lyok get in an argument. Lyo-lyok refuses to listen to Warts explanation to
his question. Lyo-lyok did not understand Wart's point of view... Showed next 250 characters
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