Theodore Dreiser "An American Tragedy"
The next day, Clyde and his friends are planning a trip outside the city on an expensive splendid Packard automobile, which one of Clyde’s friends “borrowed” from his father’s chief garage, while the actual owner of the car was traveling in Asia. The trip goes perfectly, everybody have fun. Nevertheless, on the way back the young people have several delays so they have to hurry up because they need to arrive in a hotel in time. They drive on a high speed, when suddenly a small girl crosses the street, the driver, Sparser, does not manage to stop the car, and the car hits the girl. The youth realizes that they killed the girl and have to escape from the police. They drive even faster but finally crash into logs prepared for house building. The smash is really strong and everybody is hurt, but the biggest hurt have Sparser and Lora, they cannot even get out of the car. At that time, some man calls the police, and everybody, except Lora and Sparser, decide to run away as quick as possible. Clyde creeps through the snow, he hopes that he will not be caught and that the fate will be kind to him……
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