The Story of Edgar Sawtelle: A Novel - Almondine Summary & Analysis

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Almondine Summary

Almondine is the dog that Trudy and Gar keep as their own. Almondine believes something is going to happen in the house, but no matter how hard she looks, Almondine can never figure out what is going on.

Almondine, through her investigations, discovers that baby Edgar cannot speak. He doesn't make any sounds at all. Almondine realizes that this is what has been bothering her.

Almondine Analysis

Almondine is introduced in the third chapter. Almondine likewise knows acutely that something is not quite right, with the house or with Edgar who cannot speak like his parents. Almondine's appearance is especially important because she becomes a guardian for Edgar.

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