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THE BIG PUFF

would come waving the farmer's bill for the previous year, full of persuasion and threats: "If you can't pay me in cash for last year's account, pay me in corn instead." And they would cart off the corn as soon as it was threshed.
Let's look at this business a bit more closely. Who was the worst of the creditors? Without a doubt it was the moneylender who lived in Saint-Froult, the little village on the mainland just opposite Oleron. He owned three farms on the island, and lots of people owed him money.
He was always the first of the creditors to come sailing over to the island in his little boat with its black sails. He used to turn up in Oleron, snooping around, almost before the harvest was started. People used to say that his ears were sharp enough to hear the sound of sickles reaping the corn from his house on the mainland.

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