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Gabriel García Márquez

“In all the houses keys to memorizing objects and feelings had been written. But the system demanded so much vigilance and moral strength that many succumbed to the spell of an imaginary reality, one invented by themselves, which was less practical for them but more comforting.”


Gabriel García Márquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude
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