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  • Dog In Lawrence Ferlinghetti Poem
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    Dog In Lawrence Ferlinghetti poem, "Dog", the dog symbolizes an ordinary man going on about his life. In the first section Lawrence establishes what the things are that the dog sees in comparison to himself. The next section deals with how the dog thinks and feels. Finally, the last section reveals what the dog does. Mr. Ferlinghetti shows us how a normal mans life is similar to a dogs by revealing what the dog sees. He tells us, "the things he sees / are bigger than himself / and the things he ...
  • H Wash The Dog
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    FIRST AID FOR DOGS The aims and rules of first aid First Aid treatment is based on three aims and four rules. Aims 1. To preserve life 2. To prevent suffering 3. To prevent the situation from deteriorating Rules 1. Don! |t panic 2. Maintain airway 3. Control haemorrhage 4. Contact a vet The limitations of first aid The goal of first aid is to help the patient as best as you can - no more than that. First aid should only be used to preserve life until a veterinarian can be found. It must be remem...
  • Book Review The Hidden Life Of Dogs
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    The Hidden Life of Dogs: Book Review The Hidden Life Of Dogs was written by Elizabeth Thomas who is currently well know and highly re-spec ted for her books. Elizabeth Thomas was born in America and currently lives in New Hampshire. This is a book that is unlike any book ever written as it takes the perspective from a different angle. It was first published in the United States in 1993 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Elizabeth has written five books, all bestsellers. It is evident that her success ...
  • Relationship Between Salamano And His Dog
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    Misery Loves CompanySalamano and his dog have a strange relationship. They are always together and even look similar, but Salamano is constantly beating the dog. One would think that since the dog was Salamano's only companion then he would treat it better. Salamano and his dog symbolize the absurdity that occurs in our everyday life. Both the dog and Salamano have reddish scabs and the dog has "sort of taken on his masters stooped look, muzzle down, neck straining" (pg. 27). They " ve been toge...
  • Black Dog
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    A story about Chinese spirits From Classical Chinese Takes of the Supernatural Summary: In this story Huang Yuan wakes up one morning to find a black dog guarding his house and acting like it belonged there. So Huang took the dog hunting with him and his friends. When they saw a deer, Huang let the dog loose but the dog ran too slowly and they were not able to catch the deer. Then the dog led them to a cave. After walking a bit inside the cave there were lots of trees in rows surrounded by a wal...
  • My Dog Ginger
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    I had known it was coming for a couple of days, actually a couple of months. Ginger was an old dog. She had all kinds of health problems. She had terrible arthritis and many benign tumors all over her body. She was nearly blind and could barely hear anything. For the last couple of months it had taken me effort just to get her attention. She died on Wednesday, March 26 on my porch after lying in the same spot for nearly three days, not eating anything and drinking very little. Although before sh...
  • One Million Other Dogs
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    What would you do if you were on a gregarious island with one million men and a donkey? Well, the superstitious beliefs that we consume through or journey called life brings this question into play. To answer this question, answering another one is necessary. If you had an Oedipus complex which shined through your teeth fervishly, would you admit it. I would guess not. Not in my case, but in the case of my dog. He had an Oedipus complex which showed through the snarl and gnarl he gave people. If...
  • Louisa's Dog Caesar
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    In "A New England Nun', Mary E. Wilkins Freeman depicts the life of the classic New England spinster. The image of a spinster is of an old maid; a woman never married waiting for a man. The woman waiting to be married is restricted in her life. She does chores and receives education to make her more desirable as a wife. This leads to the allegories used in this short story. The protagonist life paralleled both of her pets' lives, her dog Caesar's and that of her little yellow canary. Both compar...

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