By Galeazzo Ciano
INTRODUZIONE Se queste mie notice vedranno un giorno l. a. luce è perché io ebbi los angeles precauzione di metterle in salvo prima che i tedeschi, con un basso tranello, si fossero impadroniti della mia character. Non period nelle mie intenzioni – allorché redigevo questi frettolosi appunti – di darli alle stampe così come erano: intendevo piuttosto fissare eventi, particolari, dati, che un giorno avrebbero dovuto servirmi, se il Cielo mi avesse concesso una serena vecchiaia, quali elementi in step with scrivere i ricordi della mia vita. Non costituiscono dunque un libro, ma piuttosto l. a. materia prima con l. a. quale il libro avrebbe dovuto più tardi venir composto. Ma forse in questa stessa scheletricità, nella assoluta mancanza di superfluo è il pregio di questi miei diari. Gli avvenimenti sono in essi fotografati senza ritocco, e le impressioni sono le major, le più actual ...
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Why now? " They worried that the reunion was simply showmanship, all song and cabaret designed to satisfy the great maw of a newspaper article, and not because of some genuine family longing. "Trish asked me herself. " Jimmy and Page 32 Lizzie said they might have to work; after all, Easter's a pretty big day at restaurants. Martin kept wondering why celebrate Easter anyway; to him, religion is ridiculous, it's the wearing of costumes and the worship of ghosts. "Dad," said Sue, in her steady voice, looking to soothe, not outrage.
Sue is cheerful, pretty, outgoing. She is married to a handsome, husky guy, the brother of Meg's husband, and together they own and operate a bike shop in Key Largo. They are planning to sell the business and they recently moved to Miami, in the Hammocks, in West Kendall, a citadel of easy houses, easy living and outward suburban propriety. Sue has been asked if the Livergood family, with its maverick streak, is disappointed because she has chosen such a conventional place, and she usually responds, "Don't worry.
Granga will talk to anybody about anything as long as the Livergood children are present. She assumes most strangers work for the city. Granga had purchased the house in the Gables for the family in 1968 after the horrible year in one room, the one that Meg tries never to think about: "Oh God, we had to sleep in shifts. I slept outdoors on a porch. " Granga's generosity in buying a house for her daughter and that husband of Norma's and their great teeming brood of kids, for the whole noisy crew, was undercut slightly by her intention to live there as well.