Watt by Beckett

Episode 13 ‘Passing on then to the solution that seemed to have prevailed, Watt found it roughly this, that a suitable local dog-owner, that is to say a needy man with a famished dog, should be sought out, and on him settled a handsom annuity of fifty pounds payable monthly, in consideration of his calling at Mr. Knott’s house every evening between eight and ten, accompanied by his dog in a famished condition, and on those days on which there was food for his dog, of his standing over his dog, with a stick, before witnesses, until the dog had eaten all the food until not an atom remained, and of his then taking himself and his dog off the premises without delay;…’

 
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