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Mafe de Baggis

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Dietro lo schermo di un e-reader nessuno sa che parole scorrono: puoi leggere quello che vuoi senza essere valutata per questo, nessuno sguardo frettoloso in metropolitana ti liquiderà sprezzante perché leggi troppo su o troppo giù.

Una delle prime conseguenze è la crescita della narrativa erotica femminile e, di conseguenza, un aumento della scrittura femminile di narrativa erotica.

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“The key question is, no matter how much you absorb of another person, can you have absorbed so much of them that when that primary brain perishes, you can feel that that person did not totally perish from the earth... because they live on in a 'second neural home'?... In the wake of a human being's death, what survives is a set of afterglows, some brighter and some dimmer, in the collective brains of those who were dearest to them... Though the primary brain has been eclipsed, there is, in those who remain... a collective corona that still glows.”
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“You know you really don’t need a forensic team to get to the bottom of this.”
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I care for myself. The more solitary, the more friendless, the more unsustained I am, the more I will respect myself.”
Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

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“Lovers of print are simply confusing the plate for the food.”
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“You will become way less concerned with what other people think of you when you realize how seldom they do.”
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Douglas R. Hofstadter
“The key question is, no matter how much you absorb of another person, can you have absorbed so much of them that when that primary brain perishes, you can feel that that person did not totally perish from the earth... because they live on in a 'second neural home'?... In the wake of a human being's death, what survives is a set of afterglows, some brighter and some dimmer, in the collective brains of those who were dearest to them... Though the primary brain has been eclipsed, there is, in those who remain... a collective corona that still glows.”
Douglas R. Hofstadter




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