Cujo - Pages 32-60 Summary & Analysis

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Gary Pervier, a war hero turned alcoholic, is sitting in his front yard as he does most days, drinking the day away. Gary was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his actions in World War II, but he had the medal melted down into an ashtray in 1968. Gary blames the military for getting him addicted to drugs during treatment for a war wound, creating the alcoholic he is today. Gary is the Camber's only neighbor on Town Road No. 3 and a drinking buddy of Joe's. Therefore, when Cujo comes by his yard, Gary is prepared with a pocketful of treats. However, this time Cujo is not interested in eating, something that is highly unusual for the more than two hundred pound dog. Gary is worried for a moment, but then Cujo finishes the treats.

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