1 The man glanced round for his dog.
2 'Come on, lass,' he said to the dog.
3 But no sound; no smoke from the chimney; no dog barking.
4 The faithful dog under the porch stood up with pleasure seeing him.
5 A wet brown dog came running and did not bark, lifting a wet feather of a tail.
6 A dog barked, and she knocked at the door, her heart beating in spite of herself.
7 All was dense and silent, save for the awed dog that lay with its paws against its nose.
8 His dog was waiting so anxiously for him to go, and he seemed to have nothing whatever to say.
9 The dog trotted forward with a short, sharp bark, and the keeper lifted his face suddenly and saw her.
10 Yet he worked on, as if absorbedly, and his brown dog sat on her tail near him, and surveyed the untrustworthy world.
11 It was part of his very being that he must break off any connexion, and be loose, isolated, absolutely lone dog again.
12 I tell you,' he replied quickly, like a cornered dog, 'I am quite willing, provided it doesn't touch your love for me.
13 He knew it would not change him from an ownerless dog, whom everybody begrudges its golden collar, into a comfortable society dog.
14 He went home with his gun and his dog, to the dark cottage, lit the lamp, started the fire, and ate his supper of bread and cheese, young onions and beer.
15 A man with a gun strode swiftly, softly out after the dog, facing their way as if about to attack them; then stopped instead, saluted, and was turning downhill.
16 She walked on unheeding, absorbed in thoughts she was not even conscious of She was not really aware of anything outside her, till she was startled by the loud barking of the dog at Marehay Farm.
17 Stretching with the curious yawn of desire, for he had been alone and apart from man or woman for four years, he rose and took his coat again, and his gun, lowered the lamp and went out into the starry night, with the dog.
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