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    English literature in original version and...

    English literature in original version and Spanish literature from the sixteenth century, “The exemplary novels” (?) by M. de Cervantes. Old language, although you know its modern version, implies a...
  2. Thread: He forgave me

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    God shows Himself/Herself/Itself in the very little things

    It looks childish. Hemingway used to use a similar style than yours, with lots of coordinates. Even though he wrote much longer sentences than yours. Otherwise, his tales had "profundity", a sense...
  3. Thread: Lawrence Torn Up

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    Thanks, manichean, but I repeat: it's not mine....

    Thanks, manichean, but I repeat: it's not mine. Josep Pla, a Catalan writer from the past century, told it once on TV on purpose of women power, influence, etc. on our country. He added that...
  4. Thread: Adventurous

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    I read until chapter 3 and, then, I got bored and...

    I read until chapter 3 and, then, I got bored and confused. But don't surrender. Employ hard work and keep trying!
  5. Thread: Any thoughts??

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    Better indeed, "as regular as the pull of the...

    Better indeed, "as regular as the pull of the moon", yes, this image-comparison sounds good.
  6. Thread: Any thoughts??

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    Some fragments are written in a quite poetical...

    Some fragments are written in a quite poetical way, some of the ones that describe the attic, definitely. There’s a lesson of literature and, what is more, a bit of this long experience taken, this...
  7. Thread: Lawrence Torn Up

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    <<"And people say they’re the weaker sex,” said Larry, looked down at his toes, shook his head, and gave a great sigh.>>

    Comment: A writer in my country said once on TV: <<Women deal our country...
  8. Thread: Love...sort of.

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    Good to know it, I got no idea about the data...

    Good to know it, I got no idea about the data surrounding this Joyce's set of scenes. Well, thanks H.
  9. Thread: Love...sort of.

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    hell-o

    Wait a minute and sorry in advanced for being disrespectful. I try it never be any of my intentions.

    Having said that, some considerations:
    Joyce's wrote like angles could do if they were...
  10. Thread: Love...sort of.

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    Certainly...Are you suggesting nowadays pieces of...

    Certainly...Are you suggesting nowadays pieces of work such as "Dubliners" which told us tales which no much interesting peripety doesn't work? Well, yes, I would agree. I must confess I read this...
  11. Thread: Love...sort of.

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    Okey, I can see the great exercise of...

    Okey, I can see the great exercise of condensation you made, H, but is there some room for any poetical view upon the things he either narrates or describes?
    It looks as though you built a list of...
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    Well, some of the meanings that arise from the...

    Well, some of the meanings that arise from the main text brings up the eternal division between pamphletarian writings and true literature. I, personally, try to read books from the latter and avoid...
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    A man in his middle-forties, run down, wrinkles...

    A man in his middle-forties, run down, wrinkles below his eyes, pale, opens a flat's door and comes almost dragging his feet. Through the wide window in the living-room he sees the gigantic...
  14. Thank you for the clarification...Yes, I forgot...

    Thank you for the clarification...Yes, I forgot England (perhaps not yet UK, you will tell me) accepted one of the results of the schism which the Christian world suffered at the end of meddle ages...
  15. Relax C, it was just an impression of mine, that...

    Relax C, it was just an impression of mine, that is all...
  16. Shakespeare omitted consciously the Catholic...

    Shakespeare omitted consciously the Catholic world and all its icons in his works in favour of fairies, gnomes and spirits (from heathen myths?). I canít figure out why they didnít excommunicate him...
  17. ...Or read it several times. I don't know if you...

    ...Or read it several times. I don't know if you read every work you mention just once or more times, but you can consider yourself a very good reader if with just a reading you have caught all the...
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    Ars gratia artis, yes, very metro goldwyn mayer

    Don't come here to read what we post, as simple as that. If you want to laugh meet your friends or switch on the TV for the news. :yawnb:
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    Even worse then...Not only a pamphlet seller but...

    Even worse then...Not only a pamphlet seller but several franchises from it...Well, "I'd just like to point out at this stage" I don't know Akhmatova’s poetry neither pronounce this unusal name, as...
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    The School of thoughts elaborated the...

    The School of thoughts elaborated the perspectives, no viceversa. There are no several perspectives, there’s just a perspective, human perspective or the first necessities perspective, which is the...
  21. Shakespeare, due to his several lines of reading...

    Shakespeare, due to his several lines of reading interpretations, apart from the mere beauty in the use of words and how they sound when reciting. I'd rather prefer Hemingway to Dickens. The latter...
  22. Thread: The Bottom Line

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    It's just a symbol. The old celtic people thought...

    It's just a symbol. The old celtic people thought Hell come from "below" the island where they partially go to inhabit, Britain, so, i.e., Spain, Iberia/Hispania by those times. Not blonde but dark...
  23. Thread: Book Title Game

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    KEEP CALM AND SPEAK CATALAN...jajajaja....wander...

    KEEP CALM AND SPEAK CATALAN...jajajaja....wander if there are more catalan people by here...
  24. Thread: The Bottom Line

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    It made me think of some kind of purgatory. I...

    It made me think of some kind of purgatory. I enjoyed it. I read from head to feet (?). The hispanic women is some kind of sinner/ devil...Just an interpretation, Perhaps I read more than it is. And...
  25. Thread: synonyms

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    Nietsche said in "The birth of the tragedy" (?)...

    Nietsche said in "The birth of the tragedy" (?) that the artist should contain some kind of ingenuousness in her/him to work her/his piece(s) of art. I think the relation of the concepts was this and...
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