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His two bloodhounds, Zeus and Thor, were snoring on the porch waiting for his return. Woof, woof the leggy hounds barked as Johnny greeted them with a ... ... middle of paper ... ...om her mother to sing praises to the Lord and evil will subside. Johnny embraced Rebekah with all his might and let out a huge sigh of relief. Johnny did not venture back outside until the sun was high in the sky the next day. Zeus and Thor were safely curled up in the barn, but were caution for several days after the attack.
In the third book of the Harry Potter series, it starts on Harry’s birthday with Harry lying in his room receiving an owl post from his friends. The next morning Harry hears about a man named Sirius Black and that he escaped from a prison. While this goes on, Aunt Marge comes to visit the Dursleys. Harry accidentally causes his aunt to inflate and then runs away to the Knight Bus. But before he gets on the bus Harry sees a large, black dog.
Everybody believes that Gawain's journey is without return because he has to face harsh conditions, like wild animals, freezing weather and wild men of the woods. He leaves King's Arthur court, and after Gawain wanders in the forest, a castle mysteriously appears on his way. My passage analysis comes right after the first kiss between the wife of the lord and the Gawain. As days passes the wife of the lord becomes even more aggressive to Gawain. The Lord welcomes Sir Gawain to his court and he allows him to stay as long as he wants.