Death in Venice, Tadzio 1 Picture

“The sight of this living figure, virginally pure and austere, with dripping locks, beautiful as a tender god, emerging from the depths of sea and sky, outrunning the element--it conjured up mythologies, it was like a primeval legend, handed down from the beginning of time, of the birth of form, of the origin of the the gods.” -Page 33, Thomas Mann's "Death in Venice"
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