The Scotch Terrier-Personal Narrative

analytical Essay
142 words
142 words

The common emotion these two dogs caused the narrator is embarrassment. Both the Scotch terrier popping out puppies and the poodle riding in the rumble seat under a umbrella in the rain happened in public with people working and watching. The Scotch terrier, “....had six puppies in the clothes closet of a fourth floor apartment in New York had the unexpected seventh and last at the corner of Eleventh Street and Fifth Avenue during a walk she had insisted on taking.” Then the poodle who was on her way to the Greenwich Dog Show, “....,since a rain storm came up when we were halfway through the Bronx. I had to hold over her a small green umbrella, really more of a parasol. The rain beat down fearfully and suddenly the driver of the car drove into

In this essay, the author

  • Analyzes how the scotch terrier and poodle caused the narrator embarrassment by popping out puppies and riding under an umbrella in the rain.
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