City - Notes 6 and Tale 6 Summary & Analysis

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Notes 6 and Tale 6 Summary

In the notes on six, it is the Dog's opinion that this is an original tale by Dogs. Tigre thinks this tale shows evidence that man did exist at some time but some disaster befell humanity because there is no sign of them in the present world. Rover feels this is just a lesson to show that a culture with no stability, such as man, cannot survive. Bounce's book "The Myth of Man" is mentioned and one big question in it is if man had developed differently, could he not have been as great as Dog?

In tale 6, the dog Ebenezer is chasing a rabbit for fun when a wolf grabs the rabbit and kills it. The Dogs have helped this wolf in the past, so he offers the rabbit to the Dog as a sign of friendship. But...

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