Charles Halloway In Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes

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Charles Halloway is depicted through the novel, Something Wicked This Way Comes, by Ray Bradbury, as a wise, guilty, and clever. Through, “ ‘Did we stay out in fields with the beasts? No. In the water with the barracuda? No. Somewhere we let go of hot gorilla’s paw. Somewhere we turned in our carnivore’s teeth and started chewing blades of grass…we are the creatures that know and know too much.’”(Bradbury 196) , “filled with summer flesh...a woman… He wanted to go away from here.”(26)and, “ The crescent moon I have marked on the bullet is not a crescent moon. It is my own smile. I have put my smile on the bullet in the rifle.”(251) In the first textual evidence , Charles is speaking to Will and Jim about life and the evolution of man. He explain
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