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There is a small steam engine in his brain which not only sets the cerebral mass in motion, but keeps the owner in hot water.
Unknown. New York Weekly Mirror (July 5, 1845). quoted in Julian Symons, The Tell-Tale Heart: The Life and Works of Edgar Allan Poe, pt. 1, ch. 12 (1978).
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