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✨’Nosta!lgia’✨

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Pasión Mundialista #delfestejodeayer #euforia #mexico 🙌 (en Ángel de la Independencia)

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😎🎉✊ (en Pueblo De Tetelpan)

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#rayitocolombiano #”primavera” #abril2014

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Camino a Cestas…☀️ (at Txangu)

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at Ayuntamiento de San Sebastián / Donostiako Udala

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Les Ingalls! (à Bistrot Arlequin)

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#porqueustedlopidio #zombieattack #manuelito #day8

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#LULI

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Y mientras tanto, …

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The idea that the reading of literature is somehow intrinsically ennobling is something I have been fighting against for a long time, but people always find this strange, and invariably, when I have popped off on this subject, someone says “Well, why are you a literature professor, then?”
I could simply say that I find literature immensely interesting both because of its aesthetic qualities and because of the insights it yields into the cultures from which it arises. And that would be enough. But in fact I do believe that literature can have a significant role in a person’s moral and even spiritual development: it just is highly unlikely to have a leading role. It has an ancillary role in character formation: what readers can get from literature largely depends on other, more powerful forces.

(via manbartlett)

Source: newyorker.com
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Gracias a Marco Grausso por su flavor caracterísitico