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Martin held his breath. 53 Ifs a Dog's Life Way off somewhere - a sound. Martin rose up, trembling. There, again - the sound. So small a sound, like a sharp needle-point brushing the sky long miles and many miles away. The dreamy echo of a dog - barking. The sound of a dog crossing fields and farms, dirt roads and rabbit paths, running, running, letting out great barks of steam, cracking the night. The sound of a circling dog which came and went, lifted and faded, opened up, shut in, moved forward, went back, as if the animal were kept by someone on a fantastically long chain.

Oh, God, wait? But what if Dog ran off again? No, he'd go down, snatch the door wide, yell, grab Dog in, and run upstairs so fast, laughing, crying, holding tight, that... Dog stopped barking. Hey! Martin almost broke the window, jerking to it. Silence. As if someone had told Dog to hush now, hush, hush. A full minute passed. Martin clenched his fists. Below, a faint whimpering. Then, slowly, the downstairs front door opened. Someone was kind enough to have opened the door for Dog. Of course! Dog had brought Mr Jacobs or Mr Gillespie or 54 Ifs a Dog's Life Miss Tarkin, or...

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