Flush: A Biography - Chapter Three: The Hooded Man Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three: The Hooded Man Summary and Analysis

Lesser dogs would have not held up under the isolation of living in the back bedroom. But Flush was no ordinary dog. He had a emotional sensibility that was cultivated out of necessary. His remote life changed him. He preferred the company of a silent cat rather than the barking and biting associated with another dog. Since it was just the two of them most of the time, Miss Barrett developed a sensitivity about Flush as well. She would ask why he trembled and moaned sometimes. She would play the harp apparently for his enjoyment. He didn't think the instrument was alive like she apparently did. When he was frustrated and didn't understand her, he would draw close and kiss her. Flush grew timid and was bitten and chased upstairs by the bloodhound...

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