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Guess The Line #10

Excellent famous line guy, Ross Goldstein, nailed yesterday's line, too. From The Great Gatsby, of course, by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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Today's line will be the last in this series..at least for a while. Let me know what you think of these literary teasers, and if the response is positive, well, there are a lot more great lines out there.

This line should be easy if you're as big a fan of this 1930s American writer as I am:

"When I woke I looked around. There was sunlight coming in through the shutters. I saw the big armoire, the bare walls, and two chairs. My legs in the dirty bandages, stuck straight out in the bed. I was careful not to move them. I was thirsty and I reached for the bell and pushed the button. I heard the door open and looked and it was a nurse. She looked young and pretty."