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Julio Cortázar
“Hopscotch is played with a pebble that you move with the tip of your toe. The things you need : a sidewalk, a pebble, a toe, and a pretty chalk drawing, preferably in colors. On top is Heaven, on the bottom is Earth, it's very hard to get the pebble up to Heaven,you almost always miscalculate and the stone goes off the drawing. But little by little you start to get the knack of how to jump over the different squares (spiral hopscotch, rectangular hopscotch, fantasy hopscotch, not played very often ) and then one day you learn how to leave Earth and make the pebble climb up into Heaven (Et tous nos amours, Emmanuele was sobbing face down), the worst part of it is that precisely at that moment,
when practically no one has learned how to make the pebble climb up into Heaven, childhood is over all of a sudden and you're into novels, into the anguish of the senseless divine trajectory, into the speculation about another Heaven that you have to learn to reach too.”
Julio Cortázar, Hopscotch

Gabriel García Márquez
“Don’t let yourself die without knowing the wonder of fucking with love”
Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez, Memories of My Melancholy Whores

Gabriel García Márquez
“Es imposible no terminar siendo como los otros creen que uno es. (Atribuido a Julio César)”
Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez, Memories of My Melancholy Whores

José Saramago
“As crianças, disse Caim, aquelas crianças estavam inocentes, Meu deus, murmurou
Abraão e a sua voz foi como um gemido, Sim, será o teu deus, mas não foi o delas.”
José Saramago, Caim

José Saramago
“Como dice el refrán antiguo, el diablo que te señalo algun defecto te encontró.”
José Saramago, Caim

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