Crime and Punishment

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Crime and Punishment is a short story by Henry Williamson, and was published in Tales of Moorland and Estuary. As described by the first line, it is "the story of a dog called Snapper—agood name for him—and an American gentleman who lived for a month or two in Devon".[1] The story contains scenes from the point of view of human characters, and from that of the dog.

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  1. Williamson, Henry. Collected Nature Stories. London: Macdonald, 1970. p. 389.
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