In the wintertime, a Dog curled up in as small a space as possible
on account of the cold, determined to make himself a house. However
when the summer returned again, he lay asleep stretched at his full
length and appeared to himself to be of a great size. Now he considered
that it would be neither an easy nor a necessary work to make himself
such a house as would accommodate him.
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