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By Alfonso E. & Nicola Spinosa Perez Sanchez

A quantity which celebrates the four-hundredth anniversary of the start of Jusepe de Ribera by way of bringing jointly
60 of the artists maximum work, together with The Clubfooted Boy, The Drunken Silenus,
The Martyrdom of Saint Philip and The Holy family members with Saints Anne and Catherine of Alexandria.

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Sie standen geduldig da mit ihren Felleisen, ihren Rosenkranzen, ihren rachitischen Kindern an den Barrieren, sie machten Platz, sie horten ihm zu, respektvoll, und warteten, bis sie versunken waren. 34 I. A F IN E D E L TITANIC avvolte in panni grossolani, erano state da tempo scolate); non perché avessero fame (avevano anche fame): Non era per via di tutto ciò. Non era cosi facile da spiegare. Capivano, certo, quel che diceva, ma non capivano lui. Le sue parole non erano le loro. Erano rosi da paure diverse dalle sue, e da altre speranze.

Wie angenehm war es, arglos zu sein! Ich wollte nicht wahrhaben, daB das tropische Fest schon zu Ende war. (Was für ein Fest? ) Ein paar armselige Jahre spater, jetzt, ist ailes gelaufen, es wimmelt von Schuhen, Gliihbirnen, Arbeitslosen, nagelneuen Vorschriften und Maschinen. Die Kalte in meinen Knochen fühle ich, ein Anachronismus mitten in einem Anachronismus. E s riecht nach Briketts. Wo Europa am HaBlichsten ist, throne ich unter guBeisernen langsam verrottenden Hohenzollem 26 LA FINE D E L TITANIC Canto quarto A suo tempo credevo ogni parola che scrivevo, e scrivevo della Fine del Titanic.

38 LA F IN E D E L TITANIC L ’iceberg L ’iceberg ci si fa incontro inesorabilmente. Vedi, eccolo distaccarsi dal fronte dei ghiacciai, dai piedi dei ghiacciai. Si, è bianco, si muove, si, è piu grande di tutto ciò che si muove sul mare, nell’aria 0 in terra. Sogni mortali, attraverso i quali una carovana d ’icebergs s’avanza: «A oltre duecentocinquanta piedi sul livello del mare, 1 nuovi crepacci riflettono dei colori, colori che straordinari e del tutto trasparenti appaiono». «S i direbbe il fuoco del sole che nelle finestre di cento palazzi si specchia».

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