Love in Infant Monkeys - Chapter 3: Sir Henry Summary & Analysis

Lydia Millet
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Chapter 3 uses the third person limited point of view to tell the story of an unnamed dog walker who prefers dogs to people. Sir Henry was a dachshund that belonged to American actor David Hasselhoff. The dog walker took Sir Henry for walks in the park three times daily. While contemplating that people often laughed at Sir Henry's bouncy gait and long ears, the dog walker considered that the dog actually had a very serious and dignified nature.

The dog walker took his job very seriously and only hired subcontractors who were veterinarian assistants to help with his business. He recalled witnessing a college girl who was talking on her cell phone while trying to walk seven dogs of very different sizes. The leashes tangled around her hand and caused two of her fingers to be ripped off. The dog walker witnessed...

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