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Ragged Dick and Mark, the Match Boy - Ragged Dick, Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

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Ragged Dick, Chapters 9-12 Summary

Frank says that he wants to see Central Park. Frank decides that the mile and a half distance is too far to walk so they ride on a horse car. The boys view the sights as they ride. The woman sitting next to the boys accuses Frank of stealing her purse and calls the conductor. The conductor searches both boys and finds nothing. Some of the other passengers defend the boys. The pocket book is found in the woman's pocket. The boys go on to Central Park.

In Chapter Ten, Frank says that he will help care for Dick. Since Central Park is still under construction, Frank is not very impressed with it. He says that he is tired so they decide to return to Astor House. Standing outside Astor House, Dick asks Frank if he would like to see Wall...

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