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F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896 - 1940)
Lethargy

He was in an eddy again, a deep, lethargic gulf, without desire
to work or write, love or dissipate. For the first time in his life
he rather longed for death to roll over his generation,
obliterating their petty fevers and struggles and exultations.

("This Side of Paradise," 1919)


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