The Dog - Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

Joseph O'Neill
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Chapter 5 IT MIGHT SEEM HYPERBOLIC

In this chapter X settles, or tries to settle, into his job, which is rather undefined. He has a lot of power, little work, and is responsible for everything and nothing at all. He is continually perplexed as to what he might be doing with his time to justify the incredibly ludicrous salary that he is commanding. He reflects on the events that brought him to Dubai and wonders if all of the expats living in Dubai are there for some of the same reasons that he is.

Chapter 6 THE REASON I NAMED HER

A few weeks after discovering that he lives in the same building as Ted Wilson, X meets Mrs. Ted Wilson who knocks on his door, worried because Ted hadn’t shown up at the airport a few days previously. X can’t help her...

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