Child of the Owl: Golden Mountain Chronicles: 1965 Setting & Symbolism

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The Happy God / Buddha

The Happy God / Buddha is Barney's good luck charm when he is gambling. It is described as a fat little, bald, smiling man. When Barney is hospitalized, he gives the Happy God to Casey so the luck doesn't go cold. It is only after moving in with Paw-Paw that Casey learns that the Happy God is actually Buddha.

Zoot Suit

A Zoot Suit is the type of suit that Morey wears when he wants to dress up. The suit is bright pink, has shoulder pads like a football player's,and big floppy pants that narrow at the legs. Morey wears the suit with a broad-brimmed hat, a small crown, bright patent-leather pink and black shoes, and a long silver keychain.

San Francisco

San Francisco is where Casey lives with her father, Barney before he is hospitalized. There is a small section of San Francisco...

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