Unformatted text preview: say.’ Then the others softened up a little, too, and I was mighty thankful to that old doctor for doing Jim that good turn; and I was glad it was according to my judg- ment of him, too; because I thought he had a good heart in him and was a good man the first time I see him. Then they all agreed that Jim had acted very well, and was deserving to have some notice took of it, and reward. So every one of them promised, right out and hearty, that they wouldn’t cuss him no more. Then they come out and locked him up. I hoped they was going to say he could have one or two of the chains...
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- Fall '08
- English, Jim, judg- ment, bad nigger, flighty sleep