The Dog - Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

Joseph O'Neill
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Chapter 1 - PERHAPS BECAUSE OF MY GROWING SENSE....

This chapter opens with the narrator talking existentially about what a relief it was to find the hobby of scuba diving. He's living in Dubai and enjoying the scuba diving that he's been able to do; although, while he enjoys it, it has not helped him be more efficient at his job. The reader later finds out that his job is managing businesses for a wealthy friend of his that he knew back in college, Eddie Batros, whose family is apparently trillionaires and the narrator never knew it. He recalls the various instances that he and Eddie had cause to band together when they lived with a few other guys for the summer in Dublin. A chance meeting in a cloakroom in NYC many years later would land the narrator the job in Dubai.

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