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1  Please to don't poke fun at a poor girl like me, mum.
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain
Get Context   In CHAPTER XI.
2  You do a girl tolerable poor, but you might fool men, maybe.
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3  Too bad, too bad he couldn't a lived to see his brothers, poor soul.
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4  Say, I reckon your father's poor, and I'm bound to say he's in pretty hard luck.
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5  The poor girls was hanging to the king and crying; and all of a sudden the doctor ups and turns on them.
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6  Handcuffs and chains would look still better on Jim, but it wouldn't go well with the story of us being so poor.
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7  Friends all, my poor brother that lays yonder has done generous by them that's left behind in the vale of sorrers.
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8  He has done generous by these yer poor little lambs that he loved and sheltered, and that's left fatherless and motherless.
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9  Pa was pretty poor, and had some debts; so when he'd squared up there warn't nothing left but sixteen dollars and our nigger, Jim.
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10  The widow she cried over me, and called me a poor lost lamb, and she called me a lot of other names, too, but she never meant no harm by it.
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11  I thought them poor girls and them niggers would break their hearts for grief; they cried around each other, and took on so it most made me down sick to see it.
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12  Them poor things was that glad and happy it made my heart ache to see them getting fooled and lied to so, but I didn't see no safe way for me to chip in and change the general tune.
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13  I judged I could see that there was two Providences, and a poor chap would stand considerable show with the widow's Providence, but if Miss Watson's got him there warn't no help for him any more.
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14  Well, the woman fell to talking about how hard times was, and how poor they had to live, and how the rats was as free as if they owned the place, and so forth and so on, and then I got easy again.
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15  Poor thing, many's the time I made myself go up to the little room that used to be hers and get out her poor old scrap-book and read in it when her pictures had been aggravating me and I had soured on her a little.
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16  Whenever we see anybody coming we can tie Jim hand and foot with a rope, and lay him in the wigwam and show this handbill and say we captured him up the river, and were too poor to travel on a steamboat, so we got this little raft on credit from our friends and are going down to get the reward.
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17  I can't ever get it out of my memory, the sight of them poor miserable girls and niggers hanging around each other's necks and crying; and I reckon I couldn't a stood it all, but would a had to bust out and tell on our gang if I hadn't knowed the sale warn't no account and the niggers would be back home in a week or two.
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