A propósito del Quijote (31) El curioso impertinente

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santiago

gracias por el aporte!

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Anónimo

Lo intentaré. Me considero una gran lectora pero nunca he pasado de la página cinco del Quijote.

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juan luis sanchis

excelente lectura es un liho leer el quijote asi

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Niño Difícil

es flipante, como usar mil palabras para decir algo que con 10 es suficiente

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