The Dog - Chapters 9-10 Summary & Analysis

Joseph O'Neill
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Chapter 9 THE DAY AFTER MY PEDICURE

In this chapter others have become worried about Ted’s disappearance and have decided to gather all of the scuba people together to go diving to see if they can find him. X suggests that it is merely a chance for a large group of them to go diving, but he and Ollie both go. X states that he could never dive as Ted did, alone, because he states that he doesn’t like to be aware of his loneliness like that. Yet, even when he is accompanied by Ollie to search for Ted, X begins to feel a crushing wave of loneliness, of meaninglessness. He states it is because everything he is looking at underwater on this day is inert. He and Ollie surface and decide to stop looking.

X states that his actual legal name...

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