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Yet the French have a saying of infinite wisdom in their _qui a bu boira_.
Qui a bu, boira, and for a writer to give up his activity at the age of thirty means depriving himself of one-half of all the interests of life.
But _qui a bu boira_, and below consciousness dead appetites were awakening, and would soon be astir.
Qui a bu, boira, -- he who has once been a drinker will drink again, says the French proverb.
As I was saying, such great names as André Breton, Marchel Duchamp, Man Ray and Henry Miller were involved, and one of their random sentences gave the form its name: "Le cadavre exquis boira le vin nouveau" ( "The exquisite corpse will drink the new wine").
Feia un matí fred amb molta boira com podreu observar a les fotografies.
Their session yielded the phrase: "Le cadavre exquis boira le vin nouveau."
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