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- Mr. Tomony who owned the pawnshop came home in a hansom cab from his spendthrift evening in New York.Chapter 6 (79% in)
- He had never set foot inside his pawnshop which he had inherited along with an efficient manager.Chapter 6 (80% in)
- Francie liked the pawnshop almost the best—not for the treasures prodigiously thrown into its barred windows; not for the shadowy adventure of shawled women slipping into the side entrance, but for the three large golden balls that hung high above the shop and gleamed in the sun or swayed languorously like heavy golden apples when the wind blew.Chapter 16 (3% in)
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