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Bunny, Beulah. Beulah Bunny was created by Dorothy M. Johnson and appeared in five short stories in The Saturday Evening Post and one story collection from 1942 to 1943, beginning with “Miss Bunny Goes to Jail” (The Saturday Evening Post, Mar. 7, 1942).

Beulah Bunny is a widow of a certain age, in the rural town of Okanasket, Washington, who is turned to by everyone in town to solve their problems, whether these problems are unexpected visitors from Boston or an alarming influx of inmates at the town jail. Bunny solves these problems, as despite her grumpy protests she is, at heart, happy to be a problem-solving busy-body.

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