Marley And Me Book Report

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Dogs are the man’s best friend. They are your companions everywhere, they are willing to help us when we are troubled and most importantly, they are our stress-relievers. But what if it turns out to be the worst dog that you’ll ever have? Where it meets the reality rather than the expectation we have about them? Turning the pages of the autobiographical novel Marley and me, you begin to journey through a wild explorations, heartbreaking obstacles, funny experiences and emotional realities.

Marley and Me is a series of events of comedy and drama, which is all about a newlywed couple who are planning and at the time struggling to have a family. This novel is filled with flexible, well-developed characters that give life to the story. The storyline is told through the perspective of John Grogan, who also serves as the main character of the novel.

The story begins with John Grogan. He is a father and a husband to Jenny Grogan. He is a journalist but shifted to a columnist due to …show more content…

He is strong, powerful, and endlessly hungry. In addition, he is always very happy to the point that he is eager to be active and often destructive of the property of the couple such as destroying their garage and left alone with the rains and thunderstorms are invading the place, running like a horse instead of just walking around as an exercise and the like. He was been very different from what they have expected in a dog. He never listens to anyone. He thinks that he is the alpha in his own little ways. With the couples, trying to rule over his ways, they tried to find possible help that would minimize him from being to destructive such as joining an obedience class for dogs, training him in their own ways and the like. On the contrary from being destructive, he eventually learned to obey orders and be responsible enough for a dog to

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