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There was poor old ponas Jokubas, for instance — he had already given five
dollars, and did not every one know that Jokubas Szedvilas had just mortgaged
his delicatessen store for two hundred dollars to meet several months' overdue
SZEDVILAS, DELICATESSEN. When he came out again it was in company with
a very stout gentleman in shirt sleeves and an apron, clasping Jonas by both
hands and laughing hilariously. Then Teta Elzbieta recollected suddenly that ...
They would sell their furniture, and then run into debt at the stores, and then be
refused credit; they would borrow a little from the Szedvilases, whose
delicatessen store was tottering on the brink of ruin; the neighbors would come
and help ...
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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