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"Here we are," called the cabbie, and Jurgis awakened his companion. Master
Freddie sat up with a start. "Hello!" he said. "Where are we? Whuzzis? Who are
you, hey? Oh, yes, sure nuff! Mos' forgot you — hic— ole chappie! Home, are we?
The man paused and half released Jurgis. "Come 'long, ole chappie," said the
other, and Jurgis started toward him. "Master Frederick!" exclaimed the man. "See
that the cabbie — hic — is paid," was the other's response; and he linked his arm
And then he looked into Jurgis's face. "You want to know more about Socialism?"
he asked. Jurgis started. "I — I — " he stammered. "Is it Socialism? I dicln't know. I
want to know about what you spoke of — I want to help. I have been through ...
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My son is not much of a reader, but at school they are reading segments of this book together, and he can't get enough of it. I'm not sure of the spiritual message, but it seems to have a good ethical angle. Consulter l'avis complet
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After hearing about this book in a few history classes I finally bought a copy. It is a very emotional story about life for a very poor family and includes a lot of historical facts. It does describe ... Consulter l'avis complet