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People are not very friendly and kind in big cities. State you views on the subject

From the short story Grief by Anton Chekov

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Iona Potapov, the sledge driver was depressed and bereft. In the city nobody comes to his help or his aid: he is alone. This is perhaps the irony of bog cities. Despite the great population density: many people feel terribly alone.