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The Life of
Transcript of The Life of
The bank is taking her home and most possessions
Junius introduces the idea of being a hobo
Frankie is sent to live with her aunt
Frankie's dad is very rich, and they are well off, until the business went bankrupt
Frankie's dad shot himself, and she's now an orphan
Chapters 4 and 5
Frankie told Stewpot that she's a girl.
Stewpot is really sick.
They both get arrested and stay in a mission.
They are on their way to the Rocky Mountains.
Chapter 8, 9 and 10: Below
Chapters 11, , 12 and 13: Left
Frankie lost things of value.
Frankie begs for food.
Frankie purchased a knife.
Frankie and Stewpot jump on a moving train that is heading west.
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Chapters 2 and 3
Frankie wants to be a hobo
Frankie gets on the train, changes her mind and gets off and sells her ticket.
Frankie is really hating her father and is calling him a coward
Frankie got new clothes and cut off her hair to look like a boy
Frankie got onto a train and met a boy named Stewpot
Frankie got her hobo nickname: Frankie Blue
Frankie has a hard time fooling Stewpot.
Frankie does her first job for money.
Frankie sees other girls at a jungle.
Frankie got food on her own
They arrived at the Rocky Mountains
Stewpot is REALLY sick!
They reach the Hooverville
Frankie gets on a real train and heads to Chicago
Goes to Aunts house and finds a good hobo mark carved in fence.
Chapters 20, 21,22,23 and 24
Chapters 25 and 26
Chapters 17, 18 and 19
Frankie and Stewpot work for food.
They have a sit down meal.
Stewpot shares his dream.
They jump off a moving train.
Chapters 14, 15 and 16