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The hall was dark and, when I was starting up the stairs, I almost bumped into old
Salamano, who lived on the same floor as I. As usual, he had his dog with him.
For eight years the two had been inseparable. Salamano's spaniel is an ugly ...
When I met him in the hall, Salamano was bawling at his dog, calling him a
bastard, a lousy mongrel, and so forth, and the dog was whining. I said, "Good
evening," but the old fellow took no notice and went on cursing. So I thought ...
As I was turning in at my door I ran into old Salamano. I asked him into my room,
and he informed me that his dog was definitely lost. He'd been to the pound to
inquire, but it wasn't there, and the staff told him it had probably been run over.
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