A DOG’S TALE By (MARK TWAIN) MORAL LESSON
Ans:-Mark Twain is an American writer that famous for humorous and pathetic stories. He has studied the human nature very closely. IN ‘A DOG’S TALE THEME OR MORAL LESSON ‘the writer reveals that men are very ruthless, selfish and injustice. We take restorative behavior to other. We adopt ruthless attitude with animals. We kill animals for our enjoyment. In the childhood we kill to small insects and feel happiness.
In this story A DOG’S TALE THEME OR MORAL LESSON can be seen that when the writer tells us about the problems of animals. Some animals take care of us. But when animals mistake in very little manner ,we beat them very badly.Indeed, we are inferior to animals .
In the story Mr. Gray has a beautiful bitch. One day she keeps watch of Mr. Gray baby in nursery. Suddenly, the fire burns out by lamp. She escapes from the death and gives the life of baby. Mr. Gray comes into the nursery, he never understands the whole condition, he assumes that the bitch brings about the fire,he has error of judgement here.He beats bitch very ruthlessly, even though the bitch becomes injurious Bitch’s faithfulness is seen with strange way.
Her puppy dies during the scientific experience. She becomes to shock on death her puppy. The writer sketches a very beautiful picture of abuses on animals. We should take peaceful behavior with animals. We should not beat animals. God creates the animals for us. For example, cow gives us milk. Horse is uses for transport. We should take care of animals.
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