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1  Poor Jurgis might have been expected to make a successful beggar.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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2  The room echoed with the thuds in quick succession, and the stamping and kicking of the steers.
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3  And then there was Marija Berczynskas, who, fired with jealousy by the success of Jurgis, had set out upon her own responsibility to get a place.
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4  And he seated himself at the table; the waiter pulled a cork, and he took the bottle and poured three glasses of its contents in succession down his throat.
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5  He decided that he would first try to get work, and so he put in the rest of the day wandering here and there among factories and warehouses without success.
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6  He had had all the diseases that babies are heir to, in quick succession, scarlet fever, mumps, and whooping cough in the first year, and now he was down with the measles.
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7  Then came the "floorsman," to make the first cut in the skin; and then another to finish ripping the skin down the center; and then half a dozen more in swift succession, to finish the skinning.
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8  And that was doing well; but the party was dependent for its early returns upon messages from the locals, and naturally those locals which had been most successful were the ones which felt most like reporting; and so that night every one in the hall believed that the vote was going to be six, or seven, or even eight hundred thousand.
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