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Lockdown Literature week 5: It's a dog's life

This week's selection is an absorbing science fiction tale, 'Pelt' by Carol Emshwiller. Unusually it is told, very convincingly, from the point of view of a dog. Click on the link below to read this thought-provoking story - you will need to scroll down past the introduction to get to the story.

And while we are in the mood to celebrate dogs, here is a fabulous poem, 'Walking the Dog' by Howard Nemerov, that is bound to put a smile on your face.

Warning: contains scatological words!

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