Bartholomew and the Oobleck Paragraphs 13-14 Summary
The King sure doesn't love Bartholomew's uppity-ness—he's determined to be the one King who can change the weather.
Thinking, however, isn't exactly the King's strong suit, so it's only natural that he stomp around for several days rather than pacing and muttering to himself like a normal crazy person. Still, it's nice to see him finally apply himself.
It should be clear by now that Seuss is all about the dialogue as a storytelling technique. We know more about His Majesty through his impetuous use of "eh" than any adjective could tell us.