Prima di Tom Wolfe, un altro grande scrittore di bianco vestito, in estate e in inverno, dal lino alla flanella.
Parliamo di Mark Twain, che spiega così il suo amore per i colori chiari:
I have found that when a man reaches the advanced age of 71 years as I have, the continual sight of dark clothing is likely to have a depressing effect upon him. Light-colored clothing is more pleasing to the eye and enlivens the spirit. Now, of course, I cannot compel every one to wear such clothing just for my especial benefit, so I do the next best thing and wear it myself…
The New York Times, 8 December 1906
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