Beware of Dog - Pages 304 - 306 Summary & Analysis

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When the nurse and doctor left the hospital room, the pilot turned his attention back to the fly. As it buzzed, the pilot heard engines nearby. He was certain that they belonged to “a Junkers 88” (304), a German war plane. The pilot thought it was odd that the sound of a German plane would not be accompanied by sirens and gunfire, especially considering he was in Brighton.

When the nurse returned to the room, the pilot asked her about the planes. She “began to straighten” (304) the bedsheets, and she told him not to worry. The pilot asked her for a cigarette, and she brought him one instantly. Later in the day, the pilot heard another airplane, and he began to consider the possibility that he was “delirious” (305).

The nurse returned at night to wash the pilot. She told the pilot that her brother was...

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