Charley


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Charley

elderly poodle that accompanied Steinbeck on trip across U.S. [Am. Lit.: John Steinbeck Travels with Charley in Weiss, 471]
See: Dogs
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Charley noted my look of disappointment, and laughed; and then to comfort me he gave an authentic account of one expedition which had descended upon Big Alec's floating home to capture him, alive preferably, dead if necessary.
He gave himself up and stood trial," Charley answered.
Shuttleworthy was one of the most respectable and, undoubtedly, he was the most wealthy man in Rattleborough, while "Old Charley Goodfellow" was upon as intimate terms with him as if he had been his own brother.
Shuttleworthy had met with foul play, I never saw any one so profoundly affected as "Old Charley Goodfellow.
Now, Grandfather remembered that Charley had galloped away upon a stick in the midst of the narrative of poor Lady Arbella, and I know not whether he would have thought it worth while to tell another story merely to gratify such an inattentive auditor as Charley.
For instance, Charley, you are coming along the trail.
There are no chips on the table", Sitka Charley explained.
Joan and Sheldon together listened to the tale Binu Charley had brought.
And plenty fella white marster make 'm big laugh along me, say Binu Charley allee same pickaninny--my word, they speak along me allee same pickaninny.
And the least given to peaching,' added Charley Bates.
Charley," said my guardian, turning his face away for a moment, "how do you live?
You see, Charley dear, I have made up my mind that this is the right time for your going away from us.