Ragged Dick and Mark, the Match Boy - Mark, the Match Boy, Chapters 18-20 Summary & Analysis

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Mark, the Match Boy, Chapters 18-20 Summary

Roswell's friend, Ralph Graham, suggests that Roswell supplement his income by stealing from his employer. Ralph explains how to take a wax impression of the lock on the money drawer and have a key made. The other way would be not to turn in all of the money from sales made when Mr. Baker isn't there.

The next day, Roswell begins to pocket some of the money from sales. He pockets other money and he and Ralph use it to go to the theater.

In Chapter Nineteen, Mark greets Dick with the news of his job. Dick says that Roswell will probably try to make it unpleasant for Mark.

Dick and Henry still attend Mr. Greyson's Sunday school class and now take Mark with them. Mr. Greyson says that one of the teachers...

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