The book Metropolis was written by author Thea Von Harbou Here you can read free online of Metropolis book, rate and share your impressions in comments. If you don't know what to write, just answer the question: Why is Metropolis a good or bad book?
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He had waited, had not slept and his eyes stood excessively large in his thin, almost white face. His gaze, which he did not take from Freder, was like hands which are raised adoringly."Georgi," repeated Freder. He smiled happily with his tired mouth."Who is that?" asked Josaphat."I sent him to you.""Nobody has come."Freder looked at him without answering."I sat all night in this chair," continued Josaphat, misinterpreting Freder's silence. "I did not sleep a wink. I expected you to come at any ...second, or a messenger to come from you, or that you would ring me up. I also informed the watchman. Nobody has come, Mr. Freder."Freder still remained silent. Slowly, almost stumblingly he stepped over the threshold, into the room raising his right hand to his head, as though to take off his hat, then noticing that he was wearing the cap, the black cap, which pressed the hair tightly down, he swept it from his head; it fell to the ground. His hand sank from his brow, over his eyes, resting there a little while.