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to me you're bad and so I showed him my empty pocketbook but he said you're hiding it away because you're bad and I said no I really didn't have any money but he screamed louder and louder that he wanted a penny a penny a penny. Just then the music stopped on the corner and Danny ran to the window and I went too but the man wasn't going away yet because as soon as some more children climbed on he started it again and when Danny heard the music again he threw himself on the floor and kicked out wild and screamed and cried give me a penny he's going away give me a penny before he goes away I want a penny. Then the music stopped again and Danny ran to the window and I went too and this time the man was climbing up into his seat and the horse was pulling the carousel away because all the children on the block had their rides. When Danny saw the carousel go away around the corner he began throwing himself around terribly and throwing down the chairs and crying and shrieking bad words at me so I went into the dining room and I could hear him throwing the piano stool down and then I heard a terrible crash and I ran in the front again to the parlor and there was Danny standing still-his eyes on fire and his face like a devil's and on the floor was the phonograph and all the discs smashed to bits. And all Danny said was there now will you give me a penny.
I took him and locked him in the toilet but he yelled that he'd throw himself out of the window if I didn't let him out and we were three flights up so I let him out and he ran down the stairs.
I went to the kitchen to get the broom and the dustpan to clear up the parlor and when I went into the parlor again all of a sudden I just sort of sank down on the floor and I just sat there in the middle of all the broken discs and I cried

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