A Frolic of His Own - Section 8 (through page 235) Summary & Analysis

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Section 8 (through page 235) Summary

Harry and Christina lie naked amidst piles of newspapers, taking up Spot's cause in Szyrk. Christina is not amused at making Father look like a monster. The Village fails to issue itself a demolition permit before Szyrk obtains a restraining order, and everyone turns to suing Szyrk. Trying to coax his pet out, James B. is bitten and files suit. An angry, cornered Judge Crease provides reporters a useful headline: "EVERY DOG ENTITLED TO ONE BITE, SAYS JUDGE." It's an effort, Harry thinks, to get himself disqualified from hearing any of the remaining cases brought by hoards of insurance company lawyers in no hurry to settle, with Spot emerging as a folk hero whose legal rights to his name and likeness are being abridged. When Harry cites the 1983 Carson v. Here's Johnny Portable Toilets, Christina lashes out about a...

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