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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
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Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides
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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling
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Cuentos escritos a máquina by Gianni Rodari
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Cuentos Por Telefono by Gianni Rodari
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Cronopios and Famas by Julio Cortázar
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Los esclavos by Alberto Chimal
Los esclavos
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Descubrir entre las sombras una serie de personajes que podrían atravesar las paredes de la propia cabeza siempre es atractivo... Chimal logra, con pluma firme, hacernos abrir esas paredes y encontrarnos en espacios desconocidos.
The End of Alice by A.M. Homes
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That very disturbing feeling you get when suddenly you feel like you understand evil...
Music for Torching by A.M. Homes
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Haruki Murakami
“Strange and mysterious things, though, aren't they - earthquakes? We take it for granted that the earth beneath our feet is solid and stationary. We even talk about people being 'down to earth' or having their feet firmly planted on the ground. But suddenly one day we see that it isn't true. The earth, the boulders, that are supposed to be solid, all of a sudden turn as mushy as liquid - From the short story "Thailand”
Haruki Murakami, After the Quake

Yasmina Reza
“Habla de un allegado. Es frágil, dice. No es sólido, dice. Puedes ser sólido y frágil. Por otra parte, la fragilidad es lo que hace soportable la solidez.
Oigo la última frase como destinada a él mismo.”
Yasmina Reza

Nick Hornby
“Definitely avoid going out with ugly girls who say they want to be models. Not because they're ugly, but because they're mad".”
Nick Hornby, Slam

A.M. Homes
“I think about how truly interesting and odd it is that when a woman marries, traditionally she loses her name, becoming absorbed by the husband's family name - she is in effect lost, evaporated from all records under her maiden name. I finally understand the anger behind feminism - the idea that as a woman you are property to be conveyed between your father and your husband, but never an individual who exists independently. And on the flip side, it is also one of the few ways one can legitimately get lost - no one questions it.”
A.M. Homes, The Mistress's Daughter

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