Man About Town (Henry)

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Man About Town
Summary of a short story
Microsummary: A man goes on a search to find a Man About Town, but ends up getting hit by a car and taken to the hospital, where the newspaper article about the accident describes him as a typical Man About Town.

A man was curious to know what a "Man About Town" was. He asked a newspaper reporter, a Salvation lassie, and a critic, but none of them could give him a clear definition. He decided to search the town himself to find out. He strolled down the street, feeling proud to be a citizen of the great city. Suddenly, he was hit by a car and taken to the hospital. When he woke up, he read in the newspaper that he was a typical Man About Town.

The man had been searching for a type of person who was always out and about, looking for something new. He was a man who followed the conventions of dress and manners, but was always poking his nose into places he didn't belong. He was curious, impudent, and omnipresent. He was the devil's bodyguard, and the curse of music at dinner.

The man was glad to have found out what a Man About Town was, even if it was in a rather unexpected way. He had learned that it was a type of person who was always looking for something new and exciting, and who was never afraid to explore new places. He had also learned that it was important to be careful when walking around the city, as one never knows what might happen.