Encerrados is not a book on prisons; it is a book on lost freedom, on freedom never had. If you are unable to grasp the difference immediately, it is perhaps because you have led a happy life and for you prison and lack of freedom are concepts that coincide. Yet the difference does exist, and it is anything but subtle.
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