Excerpt from Lazarus, And, the Gentleman From San Francisco
The Gentleman from San Francisco shows the wide gulf that yawns between our estimate of our own worth and our actual worth. I need the whole wide world for my amusement cries the man of wealth. Yes, and here it is, answered Death, handing him a comu. And as a further humiliation, those who were most anxious to serve this man of wealth in life are the first to shove the coffin into the ground.
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