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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • ’Here’s the vagrant—the felon—the rebel—the monster of unthankfulness.’
  • Do you know he is a convict, a felon, a common thief?’
  • ’He is an idle ruffian,’ said Ralph; ’a vagabond from beyond the sea where he travelled for his crimes; a felon let loose to run his neck into the halter; a swindler, who has the audacity to try his schemes on me who know him well.
  • The Rules are a certain liberty adjoining the prison, and comprising some dozen streets in which debtors who can raise money to pay large fees, from which their creditors do NOT derive any benefit, are permitted to reside by the wise provisions of the same enlightened laws which leave the debtor who can raise no money to starve in jail, without the food, clothing, lodging, or warmth, which are provided for felons convicted of the most atrocious crimes that can disgrace humanity.

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  • Each state determines how long a felon is denied the right to vote.
  • It’s difficult for ex-felons to find work.

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