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While he was contrasting in his mind the great difference between the rich and the poor in Samaria, several men, having nothing better to do, had stopped to stare at the yokel.
But the present task was hateful to him; for any big- armed yokel,
or common wood- hewer, might have done as much as he could do, and perhaps more, at it, and could have taken the same wage over it.
There was no conceivable reason for his looking like a gaunt ascetic, who would surprise nobody if he borrowed a sixpence from the first yokel
he met in the lanes.