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From: mary whalen <marewhalen@yahoo.com>
Subject: (urth) Tracking Song
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 1998 17:43:25 

This is Sean Whalen (prion).

In the same book, there is a story called "How the Rabbit Lost His
Tail."  In it, the rabbit has a brother who has amazing powers.  The
rabbit goes west to find adventure, and his brother says he will come
to help him when he calls, even when he is busy.  The rabbit keeps
meeting people, being foolish, and changing clothes with the people he
meets.  Everytime this happens he calls his brother who takes care of

This seems to relate to Tracking Song, too.  If the rabbit is like
Cutthroat and his brother is someone on the Great Sleigh, the
recording/transmitting device is the means by which he lets the sled
know if he's in trouble.  Perhaps the GS does increase its speed so
that it can reach Cutthroat sooner.  I am not sure exactly how the
clothes-changing relates to this, but it may indicate if Cutthroat's a
human or not (or a human head on an animal's body).

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