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F. Scott Fitzgerald
Poverty
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Never before in his life had Amory considered poor people.
He thought cynically how completely he was lacking in all
human sympathy. O. Henry had found in these people
romance, pathos, love, hate-- Amory saw only coarseness,
physical filth, and stupidity.

("This Side of Paradise," 1919)
 

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