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About me"and i am a writer, writer of fictions, i am the heart that you call home. and i've written pages upon pages, trying to rid you from my bones..." -colin meloy of the decemberists

"que tu ausencia me devora entero el corazon, y yo no tengo remedio mas que amarte" - juanes

"you are beautiful, but you don't mean a thing to me..." -ben gibbard of death cab for cutie

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Favorite authorsSaint Teresa of Avila, Charles Baudelaire, Jorge Luis Borges, Don DeLillo, T. S. Eliot, William Faulkner, Carlos Fuentes, Witold Gombrowicz, Ursula K. Le Guin, Thomas Hardy, James Joyce, Miranda July, Milan Kundera, Gabriel García Márquez, Yukio Mishima, Pablo Neruda, Flannery O'Connor, Beatrix Potter, Thomas Pynchon, Rainer Maria Rilke, Wallace Stevens, P. G. Wodehouse, Virginia Woolf (Shared favorites)

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Member sinceNov 14, 2005

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Hi dreamingtereza!!!

He visto que tenemos algún libro en común, por ello te he añadido como amigo. Creo que puede ser interesante compartir opiniones sobre libros. Seguro que podemos intercambiar recomendaciones muy útiles.

Viendo tus gustos me he tomado la libertad de recomendarte los libros de Isabel Allende, enganchan desde el principio y son de lectura obligada!!Ya he visto que has leído la Casa de los Espíritus, a mi me encantó así que te recomiendo leer La isla bajo el mar y retrato en sepia, no te decepcionarán.

Si tienes un ereader puedes descargarte este libro u otros muchos en mi website http://www.leer-e.es/ los libros son baratos, hay mucha variedad y además son de gran calidad!!!Así pretendo hacer la literatura más asequible para todos!!!
Un saludo!!!!!!
Y disfruta de la lectura!!!!!
I adore your "about me" quotes, especially the first. I stumbled on your profile through your 'review' of The Ballad of the Sad Cafe with that heartwrenching 'love theory.'
To believe in a child is to believe in the future. Through their aspirations they will save the world. With their combined knowledge the turbulent seas of hate and injustice will be calmed. They will champion the causes of life's underdogs, forging a society without class discrimination. They will supply humanity with music and beauty as it has never known. They will endure. Towards these ends I pledge my life's work. I will supply the children with tools and knowledge to overcome the obstacles. I will pass on the wisdom of my years and temper it with patience. I shall impact in each child the desire to fulfill his or her dream. I shall teach.
- - - Henry James
Thanks for adding me to your interesting libraries. I enjoyed reading your reviews... a pleasure to browse in themselves! I'll definitely be back for more. Christine.
So I'm HERE. :P
Thanks for stopping by my little library, Trischa. You asked about favorites, and since we were talking Percy, I am a huge fan of Lancelot (though I've not had time to enter it into my library as yet). I also see you've read The Razor's Edge. That's another one of my all-time favs.

-Rus
A The Moviegoer fan!!
Hi! I found you on my raw list. Great collection...I'm enjoying browsing it. :)

Auf Wiedersehen!
Re: 15 or 115. A snarky comment, but I admit that your observation is interesting. I hadn't thought of it. Does the narrator in Claiming really say that she was 15, or is that merely an assumption of the standard fairy tale? (I am too lazy to check.) Perhaps, in enchanted sleep, one ages in reverse dog years, which would make her 29. Would you rather read a tale about people in their "peak" 50's years? :)
Re: Thursday. Do you mean I am right that I am clueless about the ending? Does this mean that EVEN when I am clueless, I am STILL right? :)

Thanks. By the way, your review of The Unbearable Lightness of Being is perfect--a finely crafted gem of a paragraph.
half of the books we share are from my first year university intro to english lit class, so you must have good taste :)
We share a load of the same books. Though the ones we share seem to be mostly classics, so I don't know if I should make much of it. :)
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