After all, it is not where one washes one's neck that counts but where one moistens one's throat.
Dreams have only the pigmentation of fact.
No man needs curing of his individual sickness; his universal malady is what he should look to.
New York is the meeting place of the peoples, the only city where you can hardly find a typical American.
Sleep demands of us a guilty immunity.
The heart of the jealous knows the best and most satisfying love, that of the other's bed, where the rival perfects the lover's imperfections.
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