„In the beginning was boredom, commonly called chaos. God, bored with boredom, created the earth, the sky, the waters, the animals, the plants, Adam and Eve; and the latter, bored in their turn in paradise, ate the forbidden fruit. God became bored with them and drove them out of Eden.“

—  Alberto Moravia, книга L'Ennui, In principio, dunque, era la noia, volgarmente chiamata caos. Iddio, annoiandosi della noia, creò la terra, il cielo, l'acqua, gli animali, le piante, Adamo ed Èva; i quali ultimi, annoiandosi a loro volta in paradiso, mangiarono il frutto proibito. Iddio si annoiò di loro e li cacciò dall'Eden. La noia (Milano: Bompiani, 1960) pp. 10-11; Angus Davidson (trans.) Boredom (New York: New York Review of Books, 1999) p. 8.
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In principio, dunque, era la noia, volgarmente chiamata caos. Iddio, annoiatosi della noia, creò la terra, il cielo, l'acqua, gli animali, le piante, Adamo ed Eva; i quali ultimi, annoiandosi a loro volta del paradiso, mangiarono il frutto proibito. Iddio si annoiò di loro e li cacciò dall'Eden.

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