The Dog - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

Joseph O'Neill
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Chapter 11 MILA I MET BACK IN MY EARLY

This chapter begins with X discussing Mila, a prostitute that he met and bedded his first week in Dubai. Originally from Russia, he finds her refreshing and he refuses to dwell on any backstory that might make him sympathetic to her plight as a hooker. He convinces himself that it is a win-win situation for both of them. He muses that with Jenn he felt as if he were always one step away from the proverbial ‘doghouse’ and that he was ‘the dog’. He sets up a time to meet with Mila, or one of her other ‘sisters’ that evening at The Unique.

When X steps into the elevator to go to the Unique, he runs into Mrs. Ted Wilson number two. He is instantly uncomfortable. He has a difficult time relaxing enough to enjoy...

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