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Est-ce que le Golem habite à Saorge ?
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Ein unbeschreiblich feierliches Gefühl ergreift Besitz von mir. Ein leise dämmerndes Gefühl wie aus einem früheren Dasein, als sei die Welt um mich her verzaubert – eine traumhafte Erkenntnis, als lebte ich zuweilen an mehreren Orten zugleich.

Gustav Meyrink (Der Golem)

Copyright: Roberto Scavino
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Uploaded: 04/09/2010
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