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Emmett and the stowaways—a fast-talking rogue known as Duchess and his woebegone companion, Woolly—are all 18, the age at which, Towles notes, having received advice from all quarters, a young person begins making decisions about his own life.
Tugging it in another is Emmett’s kid brother Billy, who has stumbled on a cache of postcards their mother sent after disappearing from their lives years earlier.
Before they’re able to leave, though, Emmett discovers two stowaways who traveled out of the detention center with him and now insist he take them to New York instead.
In the first debate, he lit into McAuliffe for calling for him to resign over the allegations, comparing the situation to the lynching of Emmett Till.
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Others say that Emmett always whistled—it helped him to overcome his stuttering—and he meant no harm at all.
Our modern ears hear about Emmett Till now and ring with indignation.
Some folks say Emmett whistled at Carolyn as a manner of catcall, expressing his admiration.
Carolyn and Emmett were alone together for about one minute.
Later his health gave way and his brother, Robert Emmett Goolrick, a lieutenant in the company, took command.Historic Fredericksburg|John T. Goolrick
"I s'pose yuh're aiming to give us the impression that you're going to ride, just the same," said Cal Emmett.
"He thought yuh was after what little your friend Dan had overlooked, chances is," added Cal Emmett.
Mr. Emmett held out a clenched fist with thumb jerked towards the reef.
Nearer the sky, Brand tended the lamp and discussed matters with chief officer Emmett.