The Cricket in Times Square Characters

George Selden
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Chester

Chester is a cricket who lived in a stump that borders on a meadow. He is only about an inch long all together, and has six legs, two antennae, and a pair of wings that he keeps folded on the top of his back. He is black in color, but it is a bright kind of black with a glossy sort of sheen. Chester has a soft spot for certain foods and when picnickers settle in the meadow near his home for an afternoon picnic, he is attracted to the smell of liverwurst from their picnic basket. He makes his way into the basket and enjoys a variety of the foods that he finds there before he gets tired and dozes off. He wakes up because one of the picnickers has put a leftover sandwich down on top of him; he is pinned down and cannot move. At...

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