. Why does Jack insist that it was the wizard that was hit and not the mother


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Ans. Jack has the typical female station. He's of the opinion that the parents know what's stylish for their children. He asserts the maternal authority time and again to quieten Jo and stifle her expostulations and emendations to the story of the foul-smelling Skunk related by him.

He defends the station of Roger Skunk’s mama. She doesn't authorize of the unnatural, unskunk like smell that Roger has. She calls the sweet smell of the roses an awful smell. Before the little skunk smelled the way, a little skunk should. She wants the natural characteristic — the foul smell — restored. He says that she knew what was right. Secondly, the little skunk loved his mammy further than he loved all the other creatures. That's why, he took his mammy to the wizard. She hit the wizard and forced him to change the smell of roses to his earlier bad odour, He claimed on this ending to emphasize the concern of the parents for children and their part in bringing them up on proper lines.

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