Dr Neil Stanley Independent Sleep Expert
BACK ‘Roman Life’, All the Year Round, 21 June 1890, 591. here  The fact is, however, that even these youths are not so inert as they may seem to you. Most people have their idle moments; but they are scrupulous to spend them alone. Our friends by the café, on the other hand, prefer to fill up the vacancies of their life in public. Towards evening their day begins, and they are hard at work amusing themselves -grim, futile task- long after their fellow citizens have finished their first sleep of the night. This passage gives no indication as to the time that these events take place, it could equally be midnight or dawn.
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