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Quotation by E.B. White
The siren south is well enough, but New York, at the beginning of March, is a hoyden we would not care to miss—a drafty wench, her temperature up and down, full of bold promises and dust in the eye.
E.B. (Elwyn Brooks) White (1899–1985), U.S. author, editor. repr. In Writings from the New Yorker 1927-1976, ed. Rebecca M. Dale (1991). "New York in March," New Yorker (March 2, 1935).
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