City - Notes 3 and Tale 3 Summary & Analysis

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Notes 3 and Tale 3 Summary

In the notes, the theory of mutation is discussed. Tigre explains that since mutation is a foreign concept to Dogs it provides stronger evidence that humans may have existed. Bounce argues that it is a just a good story and it is a favorite among the Dogs because it is the first time a dog is mentioned. The dog Nathaniel could not have performed all the acts associated with him, but Tigre argues that Nathaniel may have existed because it is a name Dogs have heard through the years. Also, the Webster family is important in all the tales and even though a real human family called the Websters may not exist, the constancy of the family is useful in tying unrelated tales together.

In tale 3, Richard Grant, an enumerator is sitting by a stream when a dog walks...

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