I was aware of some kafuffle at the front door of Omar Towers just before seven on Friday evening.
Some members of the servant species hold the firm belief that felines are a strain of their own species who just happen to wear fur coats. They believe we can empathize, comprehend abstract concepts, and have feelings. I understand the word the servants use for attributing their own characteristics on to species other than their own is "anthropomorphism."
My goodness. How time has passed by since I introduced myself nearly a month ago.
This short biography of Flush by Virginia Woolf is by no means a Disney-fied story of the life of a spaniel. This story is as realistically as possible a record of a dog’s interpretations of and feelings for the world he inhabits and his journey from Three Mile Cross in Berkshire to Florence in Italy without being anthropomorphically sentimental in any way. It is a book for dog lovers and it is a book for those who want to interpret the relationship between people and their dogs.
Thank you for your time and allowing me to introduce myself to you.