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His Pulitzer-Winning Comedy Broke the Rules. He’s at It Again.

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In the spring of 2018, the novelist Andrew Sean Greer was working as the director of a writers residency in Tuscany, where his unofficial duties included cleaning up after an incontinent pug.

The pug belonged to his boss, a baronessa, and Greer felt the frequent messes had gotten out of hand. “I decided we can’t have this happening at the dinner table,” Greer recounted recently at a coffee shop in the West Village. “Margaret Atwood is coming, and I was like, we can’t.” Greer began dressing the dog in diapers, held in place with snazzy rainbow and rhinestone suspenders.

One evening, after he had finished swaddling the pug, he got a barrage of congratulatory text messages, with emojis of fireworks and dancing ladies.

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