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    Head and Shoulders

    by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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    "I don't care for this," he said as if he were talking to himself-- "at all. Not that I mind your being here-- I don't. You're quite a pretty little thing, but I don't like Charlie Moon's sending you up here. Am I a laboratory experiment on which the janitors as well as the chemists can make experiments? Is my intellectual development humorous in any way? Do I look like the pictures of the little Boston boy in the comic magazines? Has that callow ass, Moon, with his eternal tales about his week in Paris, any right to.

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