The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Voice of the City by O. Henry:|
sent-mindedly. "With my studio furniture and some
second-hand stuff we can make out."
"You have decided your own fate," said the Fool-
Killer, in a low but terrible voice. "You may con-
sider yourself as one dead. You have had your last
"In the moonlight," went on Kerner, softly, "we
will sit under the skylight with our guitar and sing
away the false delights of pride and money."
"On your own head be it," hissed the Fool-Killer,
and my scalp prickled when I perceived that neither
The Voice of the City