Flush by Virginia Woolf

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204 pages; Mariner Books
Virginia Woolf's funny and moving biography of Elizabeth Barrett's cocker spaniel is a life story—and a love story—told from the dog's point of view. Flush, born and raised in England, accompanies his poet-mistress as she escapes the tyranny of her father's house and elopes to Italy with her husband, the poet Robert Browning.
— Marjorie Garber