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By Deana Luchia

Dogs abound in literature: the loyal Argos of Homer’s The Odyssey, Jip in Dickens’ David Copperfield, Fred Gipson’s eponymous Old Yeller, Dorothy’s beloved terrier Toto in The Wizard of Oz, Tintin’s sidekick Snowy, and Elizabeth Barret Browning’s spaniel Flush – the subject of a whole book by Virginia Woolf.

By Deana Luchia

We’re all familiar with the following collective nouns: a gaggle of geese, a colony of ants, a flock of sheep; but what about a nuisance of cats, or a mischief of mice? I’ve read but never used the expression a murder of crows in a conversation. Maybe I should.