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come to live in a new country
  • Once she had masterminded the smuggling of some immigrants from Canada.
    Chapter 2 (79% in)
  • I was sitting up in front, in the feather-trailed air, with the old lady, who was dressed up in dark silk and multiply-wound gold chains with the heart of a locket that one of her teething children had dented; she was narrow-nosed with pride, and distinguished, in a kind of fury of silent trying, from the other immigrant relatives, her double spray of feathers busy hanging in two directions.
    Chapter 3 (21% in)
  • And the students were children of immigrants from all parts, coming up from Hell's Kitchen, Little Sicily, the Black Belt, the mass of Polonia, the Jewish streets of Humboldt Park, put through the coarse sifters of curriculum, and also bringing wisdom of their own.
    Chapter 8 (2% in)
  • "Running immigrants over the border from Canada, from around Rouse's Point over to Massena Springs, New York.
    Chapter 9 (43% in)
  • As for the immigrants, my thought about them was, Hell, why shouldn't they be here with the rest of us if they want to be?
    Chapter 9 (45% in)
  • At least an immigrant who during the Depression was a millionaire had this dazzle.
    Chapter 11 (54% in)
  • "Just catch the picture of this lousy classroom, and all these poor punks full of sauerkraut and bread with pig's-feet, with immigrant blood and washday smells and kielbasa and home-brew beer.
    Chapter 21 (60% in)
  • You went to smuggle immigrants from Canada.
    Chapter 26 (54% in)

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