that I witnessed was always of the rashest
and least probable nature, as if such revelations had to be the reward only for an action full of risk, though partly clandestine.
Which brings us to the last, rashest
and most wonderful chapter, a whole chapter devoted to a writer who disliked the Baroque and wanted nothing to do with it, who said it was naturally given to treating its subjects exhaustively to the point of parody.
And it will say that right at the death of his career, he chose to sully it with an act of madness that will be remembered as one of the rashest
acts a footballer has ever committed.