1 Her words fairly drove him wild.
2 From somewhere within the house had come a sudden cry, a wild, horrible scream of anguish.
3 At first he was like a wild beast that has glutted itself; he was in a dull stupor of satisfaction.
4 The family, wild with terror, sent for a doctor, and paid half a dollar to be told that there was nothing to be done.
5 When night fell he was pacing up and down his cell like a wild beast that breaks its teeth upon the bars of its cage.
6 Then her voice would begin to rise into screams, louder and louder until it broke in wild, horrible peals of laughter.
7 Tommy Finnegan was a little Irishman, with big staring eyes and a wild aspect, a "hoister" by trade, and badly cracked.
8 He was looking her fairly in the face, and he could read the sudden fear and wild uncertainty that leaped into her eyes.
9 It was a scene of wild confusion, women shrieking and wringing their hands and fainting, and men fighting and trampling down everything in their way.
10 At noontime a man with whom he had been talking had read it to him and told him a little about it, with the result that Jurgis had conceived a wild idea.
11 It would have been quite intolerable, staying in a cell with this wild beast, but for the fact that all day long the prisoners were put at work breaking stone.
12 He stood and watched it; and all at once a wild impulse seized him, a thought that had been lurking within him, unspoken, unrecognized, leaped into sudden life.
13 Then Jurgis fought like a wild beast to get into the big Harrison Street police station, and slept down in a corridor, crowded with two other men upon a single step.
14 He stretched out his arms to her, he called her in wild despair; a fearful yearning surged up in him, hunger for her that was agony, desire that was a new being born within him, tearing his heartstrings, torturing him.
15 It was a struggle for life with her; she was not afraid that Jurgis would go on drinking, for he had no money for that, but she was wild with dread at the thought that he might desert them, might take to the road, as Jonas had done.
16 You might see him, along with dozens of others, toiling like one possessed by a whole community of demons; his arms working like the driving rods of an engine, his long, black hair flying wild, his eyes starting out, the sweat rolling in rivers down his face.
17 It was piecework, and she was apt to have a family to keep alive; and stern and ruthless economic laws had arranged it that she could only do this by working just as she did, with all her soul upon her work, and with never an instant for a glance at the well-dressed ladies and gentlemen who came to stare at her, as at some wild beast in a menagerie.
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