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From the Observatory by Julio Cortázar
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Mar 18, 12

Read in December, 2011

i read this in dec 2011 but forgot to say it is a fantastic multimedia story of phtographas and interconnected thoughts on ancient indian celestial observatories, mysterious lifeways of eels and oceans, and love. i can just imagine a young cortazar visiting the observatory and his mind exploding with the thoughts and connections in this book.
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12/12/2011 page 47
57.0% "speaking of Jai Singh's observatory "....the immovable cogs of crouching stone await the astral material to grind it in an operation of hot falconry.""

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knig Can I admit it was the thought os lots of pictures which inspired me to just order this? (I just finished Kierkegaard. I am SICK of words. I need pictures)


Tuck there are some really great pictures in this, but also very abstract in their isolation, so be sure and read the words too


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