City - Notes 5 and Tale 5 Summary & Analysis

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Notes 5 and Tale 5 Summary

The Dog writing the notes for tale five feels the race of man has to be a myth as humanity is too unstable to ever advance to the degree described in some of the tales. Man is too involved in a mechanical society and does not considering other peoples' perspective to really sustain a stable society. Man knows this and that is why mankind wants Juwain's philosophy.

Tale 5 opens on Jupiter where Fowler stares at the Dome where he once lived. He debates going back to the Dome, knowing that he owes it to the human race to explain life as a Loper, but fears being turned back into a human. Trowser tells him to stay on Jupiter and knows that he cannot go back to being a dog, which means Fowler must make the transformation alone.

Fowler is...

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