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A Dogs Tale BOOKS A Dogs Tale Mark Twain Easyfaroairporttransfers.co.uk This Short Novel Of Twain S, From 1903, Is Told From The Point Of View Of A Loyal And Beloved Family Pet Themes Of Heroics, Valor And Heart Wrenching Tenderness Fill This Work The Story Is Also Filled With Happy Events As Well As Sad Ones And Is Ultimately About What Dogs Are To Us Best Friends A Dog S Tale Is Quintessentially Twain Summary By Aaron Elliott

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  1. says:

    It s a heart wrenching story So few words and so much depth It s going to haunt me for long time.


  2. says:

    Part of a good author s job is to make the reader think Having read the other reviews of A Dog s Tale and of A Horse s Tale as well I think some of the reviews may be missing the point.I agree wholeheartedly that in all, it is an upsetting story I also agree that it is probably not suitable for young children Speaking as someone who loves her dog, one reading was certainly enough for me However, there are deeper things at work here, and they should be looked into.Consider that A Dog s Part...


  3. says:

    At first the story was engaging, funny and full of life The ending was that like a heavy hammer hitting one on the head I cried and cried and cried at the cruelty to such innocence And struck by the turn of events in the writing.I felt rage and anger over this book and the author, but decided I would reserve my opinion until I researched Mark Twain s opinion on animals I was relieved that he was an advocate for animals and supported anti vivisection See Note below If you are a dog lover, At first the story was engaging, funny and full of life The ending was that like a heavy hammer hitting one on the head I cried and cried and cried at the cruelty to such innocence And struck by the turn of events in the writing.I felt rage and anger over this book and the author, but decided I would reserve my opinion until I researched Mark Twain s opinion on animals I was relieved that he was an advocate for animals and supported anti vivisection See Note below If you are a dog lover, beware the ending with break your heart But know that Mr Twain wrote the story to expose scientific animal cruelty.Brilliant writing, but then again, it is Mark Twain Thank You Mr Twain NOTE From WikipediaA Dog s Tale A Dog s Tale is a short story written by Mark Twain It first appeared in the December 1903 issue of Harper s magazine I...


  4. says:

    My father was a St Bernard, my mother was a collie, but I am a Presbyterian. and starts the tale of Aileen Mauvourneen.How often does one come across tales that leave you asking for , as though the book had never ended And imagine if it had to be mere 50 odd pages No matter how unexpected but this was that book which left me feeling rather incomplete and what do they say, speechless Being the kind of animal lover that I am especially dog lover, I am always on the look out for books oMy father was a St Bernard, my mother was a collie, but I am a Presbyterian. and starts the tale of Aileen Mauvourneen.How often does one come across tales that leave you asking for , as though the book had never e...


  5. says:

    Que conto triste.confesso que me levou s l grimasa inoc ncia de seres t o puros como os animais e a brutalidade do homem.Como fiquei revoltado


  6. says:

    A brilliant piece of writing Twain in his comical tone describes the cruelties practised upon the animals in his time The reader is being put in the position of a female pet dog and is experienced a dogly journey with her masters A depressing story that builds up anger inside you while reading Sarcasms are very often, scattere...


  7. says:

    Well, I scratched my dog s belly for a full night after this one.


  8. says:

    This short story from dog s perspective gives ample amount of morality and virtuous deeds hold not all the times among humans and even if it does, it holds only within themselves, within the selfish humanity it s my second favorite oxymoron, my first being wise human.


  9. says:

    ARGH NO Mark Twain What are you doing to me I have had this short story by this well loved author on my kindle for ages, and last night was looking for something for a quick read and thought, What could be nicer that a short dog story by Mr Mark Twain Well, the answer is Anything would have been better It is not the language I have the problem with either, as Mr Twain writes as well as ever, it is the story itself, the horror, the pain, the abuse that the dog suffers The beatin ARGH NO Mark Twain What are you doing to me I have had this short story by this well loved author on my kindle for ages, and last night was looking for something for a quick read and thought, What could be nicer that a short dog story by Mr Mark Twain Well, the an...


  10. says:

    he has always been the master of words with Pen Creating characters with imagination was far better than any other writer ever He among those few writers who makes grip on your head and keep you stuck to their each and every book.Hats off Sir Samuels.For me it s 4.5 5.0

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