1 Finally, he got up and walked on again.
2 He walked on half dazed, without knowing where he went.
3 He walked off eating the pie, as the least convenient thing to carry.
4 For an hour or so he walked thus, and then he began to look about him.
5 He walked and walked, seeing nothing, splashing through mud and water.
6 Jurgis walked home-with his pittance of pay in his pocket, heartbroken, overwhelmed.
7 I walked home all the way, and I've not a cent, and had nothing to eat since this morning.
8 "Good-by, Jurgis," he said, and the other noticed that he walked unsteadily as he passed out of sight.
9 In a few minutes he came to a stream, and he climbed a fence and walked down the bank, along a woodland path.
10 It proved to be a long mile and a half, but they walked it, and half an hour or so later the agent put in an appearance.
11 Past endless blocks of two-story shanties he walked, along wooden sidewalks and unpaved pathways treacherous with deep slush holes.
12 The girls worked at a long table, and behind them walked a woman with pencil and notebook, keeping count of the number they finished.
13 But one day she walked home with a pale-faced little woman who worked opposite to her, Jadvyga Marcinkus by name, and Jadvyga told her how she, Marija, had chanced to get her job.
14 Jurgis went straightway, and saw a sign hung out, saying that the door would open at seven-thirty; then he walked, or half ran, a block, and hid awhile in a doorway and then ran again, and so on until the hour.
15 They came back late at night in tears, having walked for the five or six miles to report that a man had offered to take them to a place where they sold newspapers, and had taken their money and gone into a store to get them, and nevermore been seen.
16 A real fine lady, the little boy explained, a beautiful lady; and she wanted to know all about him, and whether he got the garbage for chickens, and why he walked with a broomstick, and why Ona had died, and how Jurgis had come to go to jail, and what was the matter with Marija, and everything.
17 Jurgis went without a word; but as he passed round the barn he came to a freshly ploughed and harrowed field, in which the farmer had set out some young peach trees; and as he walked he jerked up a row of them by the roots, more than a hundred trees in all, before he reached the end of the field.
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