“[…} I travel, and everywhere I hold on to it, the Fantastic. This phosphorous giant is everywhere, this madman with a hundred faces streaming with tears is everywhere, sitting on the throne opaque of the real, and he lets himself be stared at, him, the most troubling discovery of men. That day, in the silence of the arenas of Las...
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