Dogs And Men | by Henry C. Merwin
The following essay first appeared in the Atlantic Monthly for January, 1910, and its republication has kindly been permitted by the publishers of that magazine. The opportunity is taken to insert a few additional paragraphs.
|Title||Dogs And Men|
|Author||Henry C. Merwin|
|Publisher||Houghton Mifflin Company|
|Copyright||1910, Henry C. Merwin|
|Amazon||Dogs & Men|
By Henry C. Merwin, Author of " Road, Track, and Stable." etc.
- Dogs And Men
- THERE are men and women in the world who, of their own free will, live a dogless life, not knowing what they miss; and for them this essay, securely placed in the dignified Atlantic, there to remain s...
- Dogs And Men. Part 2
- Reformers and philanthropists should always keep dogs, in order that the spontaneous element may not wholly die out of them. Their tendency is to regard the human race as a problem, and particular per...
- Dogs And Men. Part 3
- Some persons object to having a dog on the bed at night; and it must be admitted that he lies a little heavily on one's limbs; but why be so base as to prefer comfort to companionship! To wake up in t...
- Dogs And Men. Part 4
- As for the different members of the family, the dog will size them up with an unerring instinct. It is impossible to conceal any weakness of character from him; and if you are strong, he will know t...
- Dogs And Men. Part 5
- Can it be that an animal should possess a sense of humor and a sense of shame, without having also some elementary sense of right and wrong? But even if it be thought that he is devoid of that sense, ...