“There are pools and pools. Private swimming pools, which were once an outward sign of wealth, but which nowadays constitute the development of the most banal of suburban pavilions with guaranteed “swimming poolables” grounds, noisy and populous municipal swimming pools where the bodies mingle in a happy disorder of diving and strong smells of chlorine. Pools open in the summer,...
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