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By Charles Dickens

Se podría decir que Dickens inventó los angeles Navidad, pues ningún otro escritor ha evocado con tanta maestría el espíritu, jubiloso y elegíaco a un tiempo, de ese periodo ultimate del año. Además del célebre "Canción de Navidad", se reúnen en este volumen --inspirado en l. a. edición inglesa de 1852-- otros cuatro relatos de ambientación navideña donde se entreveran los motivos principales del mundo dickensiano: l. a. caridad, l. a. infancia, los mitos populares, las desigualdades sociales, los sueños y los angeles magia, bellamente iluminados por Javier Olivares.

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However on January 1, 1965, I saw it with my own eyes, the renowned eye-patch. I believe the invisible eye the little black patch had replaced was the left one. But there were so many mirrors it might have been right one I can’t swear to it, I’ve never forgotten, however, nor shall I the scar on the chest I’ve never set eyes on, true, but which I truly believed I’d seen in the raw. Believedsee. Today, April 6, 2001, I start a little notebook called Sudden Returns. In it I shall note the totally unheralded upsurge of totally forgotten details.

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16582$ $CH4 10-11-07 15:27:08 PS PAGE 45 have never attempted to close the wound. That sort of Bill can’t be erased. Shameful to have let my ‘‘folly’’ sponge off my mother, but without my mother I could not have kept my folly alive on my shame, fraud lies for hours every day. Never could I have bought that for myself except by encouraging my mother to suffer in my stead. I myself wouldn’t have done it. I dug a pit in my mother and threw myself in. In our eyes— mine and my mother’s—I was the equivalent of the most wretched of human creatures: gamblers, drug addicts, the bewitched, the deadbeats.

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