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

David Wroblewski
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Trudy explains to Edgar that she and Gar tried to help Claude out, but it isn't working. She explains that there has been some sort of rivalry between both Gar and Claude since they were young. Claude begins doing odd jobs and working for Doctor Papineau as well, and stays in town. Life on the farm returns to normal.

Among the names that Edgar has given to his puppies include Essay, Baboo, Finch, and Tinder. Essay is a smart female dog; Finch is a quiet, watchful male. Edgar trains his dogs, and then on break, heads toward the workshop entrance. His father is lying face down, motionless on the floor. There is no blood, no sign of injury, and his father is uncommunicative. Edgar tries to call 911, but he cannot do so because he cannot speak.

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