In the pages of My Parabola Titta Ruffo tells us about his early experiences in life and work, his spirit of initiative and the firmness of his actions that would prove decisive in shaping the man’s character and temperament: proud, tenacious, self-confident, polished in his manners, attentive to his elegance, and endowed with a sense of aesthetics. Moreover, chronicles describe him as a brilliant and entertaining conversationalist, gifted with irony and great mimicry and also capable of improvising very successful imitations. Reported here from the Archive is a gallery of images that show us precisely this Titta Ruffo, cast in everyday life outside the stage.