By Michel Serres, Genevieve James, Raymond Federman
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It was the era when parasites were proliferating by multiplying administrative Sailor constraints, no one yet saw that this flood would bring them to supreme power. Like everyone else he was surprised by the surge, by that frantic hunger for security. They came to him for insuring themselves against bad weather, he signed contracts without blinking his blue eyes. He sold his business full of paradoxes, to conform to his children's advice, when his losses had gone beyond reason. After that I saw him become still.
Tell me, isn't Baltimore at the far end of a long intricate bay? Indeed, I said, and a very beautiful one, I assure you. I don't know it, but are the wharfs still made of wood? Are you kidding, Sir? He slowly imparted his wife's parentage. Her grandfather, a merchant from Bordeaux had embarked on a sailing ship from Saint-Malo going to America, just to sell wines to these people. His letters proved that he had become bored. Passionately fond of music, he longed for the concert season in Bordeaux.
It was raining that evening, his daughter-in-law told me. Again he came out of his room, beaming, wearing an immaculate starched white collar, black tie, glittering patent shoes; only his navy blue suit, a little worn out, had a strong odor of moth balls, he looked fifteen to thirty years younger. Grand old gentlemen have such remissions, I knew some in love who seemed almost 39 Detachment adolescent, shy, reserved, leaning a bit toward the future. He had perfumed his white handkerchief. All the family members who had just finished dinner, looked at him as if they saw him for the first time.
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