The differences between urbanites and country people are an old story in literature and commentary. Shakespeare often has a country bumpkin for audiences to laugh at in his plays. Children of all countries are told a bedtime story about the country mouse who comes to visit the city mouse. Common sayings often remind us of the ironies of life by contrasting rural and urban origins. It has been said in many languages that the eager
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human being is a social creature and delights in human society even including the unpleasant aspects of social life. The reader might be reminded of conversations with people who come from or who spent some time in New York City. All they do is complain about the place, but each complaint is an example of bragging. City life is tough, but people feel good or even superior when they can live city life and survive.