8 edition of Sight Hound found in the catalog.
January 16, 2006
by W. W. Norton
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
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Sight Hound is about an Irish Wolfhound named Dante. Dante has bone cancer. While the book is about his illness and medical treatment, it is primarily about the impact that Dante has on everyone who meets him.
I don’t consider this a spoiler, because of /5(73). Sight Hound is about an Irish Wolfhound named Dante. Dante has bone cancer. While the book is about his illness and medical treatment, it is primarily about the impact that Dante has on everyone who meets him.
I don’t consider this a spoiler, because of course he dies toward the end/5(73). Sight Hound book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is the story of a woman, Rae, and her dog, Dante, a wolfhound who 4/5. Among and above these myriad voices, Rae voices her own challenges.
With the wit and dead-on candor we've come to expect from Pam Houston, Sight Hound unfolds a story that illuminates the intangible covenant between loved ones. Here, dogs and humans are simply equal creatures, looking to connect and holding on for dear life when they : Norton, W.
& Company, Inc. Sight Hound I received this book as a gift from a family member whose instincts about what I will enjoy reading are usually spot on. But when I read the synopsis, I was by skeptical. My first thought was "Yes, I love dogs, and yes, I love to read but this sounds kinda hokey." I was wrong.
It is one of my all time favorite books/5(10). Buy a cheap copy of Sight Hound book by Pam Houston. At the heart of Pam Houston's tender novel Sight Hound is a surprisingly thoughtful three-legged Irish wolfhound named Dante.
Convinced that it is his Free shipping over $/5(5). Sight Hound should come with a warning label: Beware of Dog. Dante, the cancer-afflicted, amputee Irish Wolfhound of the title, will steal your heart. Dante's is one of the many points of view that make up the narrative of Pam Houston's first novel (following her witty short-story collection.