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

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The Texan Summary

Edgar cannot sleep that night because he is plagued with memories of the past.

Doctor Papineau arrives the next day, which is when two older dogs named Indigo and Singer are to be placed with a man named Mr. Benson. Mr. Benson also wants to take a look at the entire farm and the operations. Edgar finds out to his surprise that Mr. Benson wants to open a branch contract. Mr. Benson also wants to see Edgar's litter of dogs, and Edgar obliges by instructing the dogs to carry out a syringe. This horrifies Claude, and Edgar has his proof.

Trudy confronts Edgar about what has happened. Edgar tries explaining the look on Claude's face. Behind them they see a figure in the shadow, and Edgar lunges forward, knocking the figure down the stairs. But it is Doctor Papineau. Trudy is...

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