The shape of water DONG SUB BERTIN

The shape of water DONG SUB BERTIN

150 150 Sadmira Malaj

The shape of water DONG SUB BERTIN

ISBN: 978-9928-4459-1-9
DOI: 10.37199/o41003108
ISSN: 2959-4081

Author:  Arch Dong Sub Bertin
Affiliation: Dsb office of landscape design, Milan

There is little to do, he continues; "The water that descends on the slope in the basin - from which the spring comes out - comes from that gutter, which is upstream. The water just descends and it cannot trace a china or a tube "[...] If the river is visible water, exposed to the sky and the eyes of men, the gutter is Danube." [...] But who feeds the gutter, which hidden and ineffable river gods? Here the link fails, because the scientist believes in a rough gossip, which reports someone else's rumors. He tells that Maria Giuditta – who arrived first thanks to her long legs to look out the ground floor window – interrogated the old and grouch mistress. She found out how water comes to the gutter from a sink, which is constantly filled by a faucet that no one can close, connected to "a lead pipe - old as much as the house - which loses its way somewhere” (Magris, 1986).

Publisher: Polis_press

Magris, C. (1986) Danubio, Garzanti ed, Milano.

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Ruskin, J. (1857) The elements of drawing in three letters to beginners, Library Edition. [available at - accessed 4th may 2017]