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Ernest Hemingway

In the old days he would not have worried, but the fighting part of him was tired now, along with the other part, and he was alone in all of this now and he lay on the big, wide, old bed and could neither read nor sleep. — Ernest Hemingway, To Have and Have Not. (Scribner Book Company, 1999) Originally published 1937.

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