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By Jef Mallett
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Oct 29, 2012
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Mr.Spaetzle: Okay. You can bring your dog to school for your Halloween literary tribute. But it had better be good. You can;t just say his name is Oedipus Rex or even Dog Quixote.  Caulfield: Give me some credit.  Miss Plainwell: Hey, hey! It's Edger Allan Poodle!
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    ellisaana GC Insider about 5 years ago

    Or is it Melancholy, following him like a black dog?

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    Alexikakos  about 5 years ago

    Now if the poodle’s name turns out to be Diana, we have “The Scythe of Time [A Predicament]” by Edgar Allen Poe..(In which Poe quotes Cervantes)

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    trspence  about 5 years ago

    This is no joke. I have a cat named Edgar Allen Pussycat. Although he is so fat these days I sometimes call him Edgar Allen Pussycow.

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    Nabuquduriuzhur  about 5 years ago

    The Cat of Amontilado

    The Pet and the Pendulum

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    vwdualnomand  about 5 years ago

    heard that poodles were bred as hunting dogs. to retrieve water fowl. but some dogs, i wonder though. and, the akc is a bunch of bigoted people who only want pure-bred dogs, even if the dogs are totally inbred. what happened to the belief that dogs are our companions no matter if they are pure-bred or mutts. also, is it true about the dogs and their owners looking like each other?

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    cabalonrye  about 5 years ago

    @vwdualnomand – the real poodle, the tall kind, is a water fowl hunting dog and in France you can still see some being used as such. They never appear in canine shows somehow, and people have a hard time recognising them when they meet them without the snobbish hair cut. My in-laws neighbour hunts with them in the swamps and wouldn’t change breed for anything.

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    Manhunter808  about 5 years ago

    Mixed-breed dogs are the best! I have two now, they are 7th and 8th in a procession that started in 1969. They have either come up to the house on their own and stayed, or been adopted from our local Humane Society. Each has been a welcome member of our family. GO MUTTS!

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    Pete_123  about 5 years ago

    White FangThe Hound of the BaskervillesThe Hound and the Fury.

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    pruman  about 5 years ago

    Caufield needs a trimmed mustache and goatee and he’d pull off Steinbeck with his trusty traveling partner, Charley.

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    prrdh  about 5 years ago

    Miss Plainwell is really raven about Caulfield’s clever idea.

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    Devils Knight  about 5 years ago

    maybe his literary tribute is to the screen play for “Dog Day Afternoon”

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    paul brians  about 5 years ago

    Caulfield knows his Faust. The poodle in Goethe’s play is large and scary, leaves a wake of fire behind him.

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    CamiSu GC Insider about 5 years ago

    Except that the dog’s name is Charlie.

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    Lorenzo Browncoat  about 5 years ago

    Way to go, Mr. Spaetzle.Dog might be a sports hero: Babe Roof! Ask him,maybe he can say his name.

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    Scott Sallstrom  about 5 years ago

    The Hound Of The Baskervilles.

    Oh wait. That’s a poodle.

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    don  about 5 years ago

    Black and French = Alexandre Dumas?

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    runar  about 5 years ago

    What was in the feeder? Robins don’t eat seed – insects, worms and berries are most of their diet. You’ve never had a good laugh until you’ve seen a robin drunk on naturally fermented berries.

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    Cat Hammer  about 5 years ago

    “Dreams from My Father”…The dog is lunch.

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    tragdahl73  about 5 years ago

    We had a cat named Mulder, Fox Mulder, Feline Bureau of Investigation. He saw Aliens everywhere.

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