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Although it may seem quite absurd the role of animals in The Eyes of the Dragon is a very supreme and dignified part of the novel Through the development of the novel the animal kingdom roars novel from insects to dogs and they all play their own individual roles The great black and white Anduan Husky named Frisky who is out of all of her dogs Naomis favorite leads Ben Staad and Naomi directly to the whereabouts of Dennis Peters butler Flaggs animals are symbols of his plans for the downfall of Delain The dragon that is killed by King Roland may be considered the most the memorable of all In this archetypal tale Thomas sees Flagg murder Thomass father through the eyes of the dragon In the end of the novel though all of the animals roles fall into place Frisky Naomis companion is a strong-willed over- confident Anduan Husky who may have been the greatest tracking dog that ever lived This dog sums up the meaning of a mans best friend Frisky who can track a three-day-old scent in the middle winter is the reason the story takes place as it does Just as arson dogs help pinpoint the location of substances used to start fires Frisky uses her keen sense of smell to pinpoint exactly where Dennis son of Brandon has journeyed to from Peynas farmhouse Denniss mission is to go back to the castle where Thomas the Tax-Bringer and Flagg the kings magician live and are at high power Peyna who has just given up his Judge-Generals bench has a feeling that there is some reason why Peter has asked for the Royal Napkins and his mothers dollhouse Dennis is to find this reason by sending a letter to Peter who is imprisoned at the time Dennis journeys from Peynas farm in the Inner Baronies back to the fearful
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