Dog Man: For Whom the Ball Rolls and Fetch-22 - For Whom the Ball Rolls, Foreword – Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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In the opening scene of Dog Man: For Whom the Ball Rolls, George Beard and Harold Hutchins introduce themselves. George is the writer, and Harold is the illustrator. They talk about their newly-emerging maturity, which earned them an award at school. The principal presenting the award cited their work on a “beautiful profound book” titled “Ice Women Diary: A Witches Tin Key” (6). Everyone begins to laugh at him, pointing out that he said “I swim in diarrhea, which is stinky” (7). He chases Harold and George, who are carrying the award as they run to their tree house and pull the ladder up.

The next section is titled “Our Story Thus Far” (9). A cop and his police dog were hurt in an explosion. The doctor said the cop's head was dying and the dog's body was dying, which prompted...

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