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The lobby of the Grand Shore Hotel in Chicago was comprised of glass and acute angles, both in the superstructure and the superfluous architectural details and furnishings. When John strolled around looking for an empty seat, the sense of comfort given by the plush carpeting was negated by the uneasy sensation that he was about to be cut on one of the numerous sharp edges. It was a dangerous place for unsupervised children.

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