Cabaret, rue Mouffetard,
by Eugene Atget, c. 1900

"The goatherd came up the street blowing his pipes
 and a woman who lived on the floor above us came out 
on the sidewalk with a big pot. The goatherd chose one 
of the heavy-bagged, black milk-goats and milked her
 into the pot while his dog pushed the others onto the 
sidewalk. The goats looked around, turning their necks 
like sight-seers. The goat-herd took the money from 
the woman and thanked her and went up the street 
piping and the dog herded the goats on ahead, 
their horns bobbing."

--Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast


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