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100 1  Schulz, Charles M.|q(Charles Monroe),|d1922-2000. 
240 10 Peanuts.|kSelections 
245 14 The complete Peanuts.|nVolume 4,|p1957 to 1958|h[Hoopla 
       electronic resource]. 
264  1 [United States] :|bFantagraphics Books,|c2016. 
264  2 |bMade available through hoopla 
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520    As the 1950s close down, Peanuts definitively enters its 
       golden age. Linus, who had just learned to speak in the 
       previous volume, becomes downright eloquent and even 
       begins to fend off Lucy's bullying; even so, his security 
       neurosis becomes more pronounced, including a harrowing 
       two-week "Lost Weekend" sequence of blanketlessness. 
       Charlie Brown cascades further down the hill to loser Dom,
       with spectacularly lost kites, humiliating baseball losses
       (including one where he becomes "the Goat" and is driven 
       from the field in a chorus of BAAAAHs); at least his newly
       acquired "pencil pal" affords him some comfort. Pigpen, 
       Shermy, Violet, and Patty are also around, as is an 
       increasingly Beethoven-fixated Schroeder. But the rising 
       star is undoubtedly Snoopy. He's at the center of the most
       graphically dynamic and action-packed episodes (the ones 
       in which he attempts to grab Linus's blanket at a dead 
       run). He even tentatively tries to sleep on the crest of 
       his doghouse roof once or twice, with mixed results. And 
       his imitations continue apace, including penguins, 
       anteaters, sea monsters, vultures and (much to her 
       chagrin) Lucy. No wonder the beagle is the cover star of 
       this volume. 
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600 10 Brown, Charlie|c(Fictitious character)|vFiction. 
650  0 Children|vFiction. 
650  1 Peanuts (Fictitious characters)|vComic books, strips, etc.
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