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The Woman of the Inner Room

By Morrow, W. C.

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Title: The Woman of the Inner Room  
Author: Morrow, W. C.
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: Dr. Osborne, hastily summoned to the receiving hospital, found there a handsome, well?dressed young man with an ugly hole in his skull about an inch and a half above the left ear. The injured man evidently was not suffering, but the desperate nature of his hurt was seen in the deep pallor of his face. His expression was placid, unintelligent, and absolutely silly. Yet he was freely alive his breathing was good, his heart observed its functions, his temperature was normal, and his skin was warm and moist. Dr. Osborne cleared the wound with a sponge. ?How was the lad hurt?? he asked of the officers who were standing about. No one could tell. A few minutes ago some one had seen him staggering along the street, clinging to the house?walls to keep from falling, a thin stream of blood trickling down his face, and had pointed him out to a policeman.

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Table of Contents: The Woman of the Inner Room, 1 -- W. C. Morrow, 1

 

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