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Del libro de los sueños

by Fernando Quiñones

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Se trata de unos apuntes que Quiñones dejó sin publicar al morir. Son pequeños cuentecillos que narran sueños o algo parecido, es decir, que el autor deja vagar su fantasía y da rienda suelta al surrealismo, mezclando a Napoleón ante Puerta Tierra con cantaores flamencos, cargadores de muelles y fantasías pedófilas. Demasiado breves para decir gran cosa. ( )
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