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Descripción de Regadas y tragedias nacionales

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María Concepción Mendieta Vazq

en fin!!! la Historia se escribe por si sola!!! me encanta mucho el Banquete y yo también conocí a Héctor en el Palacio de Chapultepec!! en esa obra tan magnífica que es Imperio y que vuelva el monólogo!!! ya estamos muy castigados!! saludos a todos

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María Concepción Mendieta Vazq

carajo!!! porque no creyó Francisco I Madero las advertencias!!! el día qué me enteré como los asesinaron me dió muchísimo coraje!!!

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