His owner even wrote a book, Everyone Loves Elwood, to promote tolerance and lack of prejudice.
To paraphrase Elwood P. Dowd in Harvey: “In this world, you must be oh so clever, or you must be oh so heartfelt.”
"Here I am, Mrs. Elwood," she called, stepping down the hall to the head of the stairs.
"Maybe he is looking for Asia," laughed Elwood in an undertone.
This fact led Howard to doubt whether Elwood had preceded them in this place.
"So they were Indians, then," interrupted Elwood somewhat impatiently.
"There's another thing I'd like to buy, beside our rifles," said Elwood.
Elwood replaced the watch in his pocket, disheartened at the failure of his offer.
Mrs. Elwood's voice was heard in the hall at the foot of the stairs.
Picking up a piece of the root which he had gathered Elwood tasted of it.