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New York has a trip-hammer vitality which drives you insane with restlessness, if you have no inner stabilizer.... In New York I have always felt lonely, the loneliness of the caged animal, which brings on crime, sex, alcohol and other madnesses.
Henry Miller (1891–1980), U.S. author. The Colossus of Maroussi, pt. 3 (1941).
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