EB: I did feel like Gena Rowlands when I was doing this movie.
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I says to him, 'You ain't goin' to bring no disgrace on us old army boys, be you, EB?'
EB, he sort o' crep' in town, like he crep' everywhere else.
Too honest by half to such rascals as those villanous cheating money-lenders, whoever they may be, EB adta!
But he see how Elspie took it, an' so he slid off the subjec' an' turned to EB.
EBlis, EB′lis, n. the chief of the fallen angels or wicked jinns in Mohammedan mythology.
An' Elspie, she let EB out the front door herself, like they was rill folks.
EB was pretty quiet, though, excep' when he piped up to agree.
"EB's been home quite a while now," observed Tess thoughtfully.