Bartholomew Cubbins is the feudal era hero of two of the few Dr. Seuss books that are written in prose rather than rhyme. The upstanding name of one of the twelve apostles in the Bible, widely used in literature by Dickens and others , its one problem is the Simpson-ish nickname Bart—but you could go for the jolly old pet form Tolly instead.
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