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Fuego y polvo
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Fuego y polvo by Tatiana Tolstaya
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Poesía china by Marcela de Juan
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"Si es la vida un gran sueño,
¿para qué atormentarse?"

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Heidi by Johanna Spyri
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No me desagradó en absoluto, pero la lectura se me hizo algo larga... Quizás también se debía al conocimiento que ya tenía de los acontecimientos.
Diana is on page 83 of 365 of Poesía china: Gratamente sorprendida.
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Los formalistas rusos y la teoría de los géneros literarios by Mercedes Rodríguez Pequeño
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Mi personal decepción; no me ha aportado nada.
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Versos de un joven poeta by Rainer Maria Rilke
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Casi todo lo que encontré en este pequeño libro ya había sido amado por mi ser, más existe algo que hasta el momento no había tenido la oportunidad de leer: La leyenda de amor y muerte del Alférez Christoph Rilke.

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