About “Allucinazioni napoletane”, in Naples I wanted first of all to visit the Fontanelle cemetery, close to the very hard Quartiere Sanità. It has already been said all about this incredible mixture where death seems finally overwhelmed by the accidents of daily life of those still doing their best to live. But I had not imagined that my eyes could not then get out of a sort of hallucination that continued and sharpened between the serial figures of San Gregorio Armeno, battered dolls, papier-maches and saints.
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