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12 January, 22:43

Charley sneezed and paced restlessly. "All right, mon cur, let's like your side of it. You want to go on. Suppose we do, and in the night a tree should crash down right where we are presently standing. It would be you who have the attention of the gods. And there is always that chance. I could tell you many stories about faithful animals who saved their masters, but I think you are just bored and I'm not going to flatter you."

What does this conversation between the author and the dog show?

The author treats the dog as if he is another person.

The author believes that the dog talks back to him.

Charley is an unusually intelligent dog.

Charley communicates by sneezing and pacing.

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  1. 12 January, 23:52
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    The author treats the dog as if he is another person.
  2. 13 January, 00:12
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    The author treats the dog as if he is another person

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