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Thomas Bell (novelist)
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"Kracha's story of his walk from New York was a nine days' wonder. The first time he told it he had Francka watching him, listening to every word, and he was shrewd enough to keep it simple. When he came out of Castle Garden his money was in his pocket; when he reached the ferry house and wanted to pay for his ticket it was gone. Kracha spread his hands. There it was. He had given the problem a lot of thinking without getting anywhere, his manner implied, and now he was prepared to hear their speculations," (Part 1, Chapter 3, p. 11).

"Her poor health, or America, had changed her; Kracha never could decide. He had left her a lively, healthy girl, cheerful as the day was long; now she seldom smiled and went about her housework listlessly. She never complained except of tiredness; when Kracha asked her, sometimes gently, sometimes...

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