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1  He was a good Irishman when there was no money in the job.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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2  There's plenty of money to be made in a big commercial city.
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3  And his father had given him two five-shilling pieces for pocket money.
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4  His mother had no further occasion to upbraid him for squandering his money.
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5  For a swift season of merrymaking the money of his prizes ran through Stephen's fingers.
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6  But the teller still deferred the serving of others to say he was living in changed times and that there was nothing like giving a boy the best education that money could buy.
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7  But he had heard his father say that she was a spoiled nun and that she had come out of the convent in the Alleghanies when her brother had got the money from the savages for the trinkets and the chainies.
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8  When they had passed into the great hall and stood at the counter Stephen drew forth his orders on the governor of the bank of Ireland for thirty and three pounds; and these sums, the moneys of his exhibition and essay prize, were paid over to him rapidly by the teller in notes and in coin respectively.
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