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

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Henry Summary

The man introduces himself as Henry, and continues helping treat Tinder. Henry allows Edgar and the dogs to spend the night in the living room by the fireplace. Henry heads out to work the next morning, allowing Edgar and the dogs to stay. Edgar then takes a shower and makes food for himself and the dogs.

Later on, Henry cooks dinner for Edgar and the dogs. Henry turns in for the night, and Edgar sets to cleaning Tinder's foot.

Henry Analysis

Henry proves to be a good friend. He not only allows Edgar and the dogs to stay, but cooks for them as well.

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