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THE EARTHLY PARADISE

Bon Dieu, allumez du feu,
Donnez-nous la part a Dieu!
Il fait si froid dehors
Que mon camarade en tremble,
Bon Dieu, allumez du feu,
Donnez-nous la part a Dieu!(1)
We would open the windows and hand them sous and presents. I can still see those boys shivering and happy in the lantern light against the blackness of the streets which gave the scene the chiaroscuro of a Rembrandt. I envied them and would have liked to go about with them begging for alms `for the Lord's sake', but we weren't allowed to do it.
Once a year in September there would be the opening of the Elbeuf Fair. How magnificent it seemed to me! We lived close by the Fair Grounds, and in the evening a symphony of carnival sounds would pour into my bedroom. The organ of the merry-go-round would blend with the clicking of the lottery wheels, the bells of the cake vendors, the cracks from the rifle gallery, and the roars of the wild animals. Each year it was a question of vital interest to know `who was coming to the Fair'. Two large menageries, Bidel and Pezon, used to alternate, and we would talk about the great animal trainers the way music lovers discuss the merits of famous singers. We knew the names of Monsieur Bidel's children and followed, from September to September, their progress in the dangerous art of exhibiting lions and tigers. The circus brought with it its healthy stable smell, the girl horseback riders - and tightrope dancers who were my first loves. From the booths where gingerbread and nougat were sold we would get unexpected presents and glorious cases of indigestion, especially when, stuffed with sweetmeats, we would clamber on to the giant wooden horses which careered forward at a slow and unnatural gallop. When later on I derived such keen pleasure from Petrushka and from the ritournelles which, in Stravinsky's music, dominate the noises of the festival, it was because I remembered the Elbeuf Fair.
The Cattle Fair, also, was held below our windows in the same square,

1 In the Lord's name light a fire,
For the Lord's sake give us alms.
Here my friend must stand and shiver
Unprotected in the cold.
In the Lord's name light a fire,
For the Lord's,sake give us alms.

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