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Jerome, Poor Man: A Novel, A
Chapter 36
Mary E Wilkins Freeman
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       Jerome, when his mill went down, felt that his dearest hope in life went with it. His fighting spirit did not fail him; he had not the least inclination to settle back for the buffets of fate; but the combat henceforth would be for honor only, not victory. He felt that his defeats had established themselves in an endle ratio to his efforts.
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