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"I have always found it quaint and rather touching that there is a movement in the US that thinks Americans are not yet selfish enough"*...
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“You’re a wizard, Harry,” Hagrid said. “And you’re coming to Hogwarts.”
“What’s Hogwarts?” Harry asked.
“It’s wizard school.”
“It’s not a public school, is it?”
He intentado compartir el enlace al tuit de José Antonio Montano [@montano66] pero no lo encontré. En fin, el filólogo andaluz, también columnista, puso un listado de lecturas y relecturas en una fotografía. 82 more words
“O disco amarelo iluminou-se” is the first sentence of the first novel I read in Portuguese: ‘Blindness’, by José Saramago. It means “the yellow light came on”, and (although it took for a few seconds to work this out at the time) it refers to a traffic light. 17,818 more words