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30.10.06

Et maintenant...

After a story is told there are some moments of silence. Then words begin again. Because you would always like to know a little more. Not exactly more story. Not necessarily, on the other hand, an exegesis. Just something to go on with. After all, stories end but you have to proceed with the rest of the day.

[Anne Carson, Plainwater, pág. 88]

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