O. Henry Quote

This fair but pitiless city of Manhattan was without a soul... its inhabitants were manikins moved by wires and springs.


The Gentle Grafter: The Trimmed Lamp (ed. 1908)

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This fair but pitiless city of Manhattan was without a soul... its inhabitants were manikins moved by wires and springs.

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This fair but pitiless city of Manhattan was without a soul... its inhabitants were manikins moved by wires and springs.

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This fair but pitiless city of Manhattan was without a soul... its inhabitants were manikins moved by wires and springs.

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This fair but pitiless city of Manhattan was without a soul... its inhabitants were manikins moved by wires and springs.