Brian's Hunt Themes

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The Relationship Between Dog and Man

Brian hears a dog whining and is immediately on alert because he knows the dog shouldn't be out here in the woods alone. When he discovers the dog is injured, he doesn't think twice about whether he'll help her but sets out to do what he can to help her begin to heal. Another interesting aspect of this theme is seen in the fact that the dog comes to Brian for help. The dog is lost in the wilderness and injured horribly but instinctively goes toward the one human in the region who happens to be Brian. Another important aspect of this theme is seen in the fact that Brian doesn't consider leaving the dog behind when he sets out to continue his journey. He makes the arrangements he must to accommodate the dog in the canoe and the dog obviously doesn't want...

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