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Simplicity as Dodger's Tosheroon

A tosheroon is described as a compact bundle of treasure that all toshers hoped to find. A tosheroon would have enough monetary value to set a tosher for life. Dodger had often wondered what direction his life might take if the Lady of the Sewers ever saw fit to send him a tosheroon, but he never really spent much time considering the form in which this reward might come.

By the end of the novel, Dodger has decided that instead of a reward of money or jewels, the Lady has set him up with Simplicity as a tosheroon. He describes to Charlie that it must have been with the Lady's help that he was able to hear Simplicity's screams over the noise of the storm. He also credits the Lady with blessing his plans to fake Simplicity's death, thereby freeing her from her abusive husband...

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