Eyes of a Blue Dog - Analysis Summary & Analysis

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Neither the man nor the woman is ever named in this story, which is told from the man's dream perspective. It is not clear if the man has ever seen the woman in reality but seems as if she is someone who exists only in his dream state because he cannot remember her in the light of day. His loneliness in reality drives the need for the woman to be created in his dreams because he cannot secure a satisfactory relationship in real life.

Obviously the man would like for the relationship to take form because of the use of the phrase, "eyes of a blue dog," as a memory trigger each night. It is the man's hope that one night the memory trigger will take hold firmly enough to carry through to his waking hours so that he can make the relationship a reality...

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