Flush: A Biography - Chapter 5: Italy Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5: Italy Summary and Analysis

To Flush, it seemed to be an endless journey that Miss Barrett, Wilson and he were on. Flush seemed to understand that it was the policy of the railroad that dogs had to ride in boxes but that knowledge didn't make it any more comfortable. But he was resolved to endure it because they were escaping. At least they were together. Suddenly, they were outside and Miss Barrett was standing on a rock in a rushing creek. Flush sped through the water to her. They were in the middle of Petrarch's fountain in Pisa, Italy. Soon they were in a large bare room flooded with sunshine. Flush ran all over and sniffed and explored.

Wilson took him outside on a leash. The street was noisy and crowded with people and vendor carts. A troop of soldiers marched by them...

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