Beware of Dog - Pages 300 - 303 Summary & Analysis

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The pilot watched the “sea of cloud” (300) below him while flying the Spitfire. To him, everything was “fine” (300). He imagined how he would proceed after he landed. He would try to sound normal while asking his comrades to help him out of the plane, because he lost his leg. They would not take him seriously, but when they would approach him, they would see the stump where his leg used to be, and they would be surprised.

Coming back to reality, the pilot looked at his stump, but he still felt fine. Because he felt so good, he ran through his imaginary scenario once more, adding scenes involving returning to London with a female companion named “Bluey” (301). The pilot then fantasized about his idyllic life in London.

When the sunlight glinted off rivets in the metal on his damaged plane, the pilot came...

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