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smells, bones and a dog
once I heard read on the radio a story whose narrator was a dog, which described how much he loved his human mistress. he says there a re two kinds of things in the world: smells, which one appreciates, and bones, which one wants to possess. When a dog gets hydrophobia he becomes convinced that there are only bones. The dog becomes jealous when his mistress acquires a male admirer. I thought that the story was translated from Italian. what is the name ( in Italian or English) and author of this story? I thought the author was Alberto Moravia and the story (translated) was called the smells and the bones, but since I can’t find it, I may have the author and title wrong.
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