Flush: A Biography Characters

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Flush

Flush was a red cocker spaniel who spent his puppy years on a farm in England called Three Mile Cross. He loved to run in the fields and chase birds and animals. He was of fine stock and aristocratic lineage. He realized that there were different classes of dogs just as there were for humans. His freedom was taken from him when his mistress gave him to an invalid friend of hers, the English poet, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. He was confined most of his days to Miss Barrett's dark, stuffy overly furnished room. Even when he was allowed to go outside, he had to be on a leash and chain.

Flush wasn't particularly happy in his new digs but he reminded himself that with a high station in life came great responsibility. Flush realized that he had to be a loyal companion to the lonely woman who was...

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