By Jorge Luis Borges, Adolfo Bioy Casares, Silvina Ocampo
Borges, Bioy Casares y Silvina Ocampo nos ofrecen en esta Antología de l. a. literatura fantástica lo mejor de un género literario que siempre ha ejercido un atractivo impossible to resist en el público lector. Es el género representado por las irrupciones de los angeles fantasía creadora, lo inexplicable, lo misterioso, lo sobrenatural.
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Crossing her arms, Rachel took a step backward. "Well, if you don't want to talk about it, I can just—" "Oh, no, no. Please. I-I'm sorry," Derek said. "You don't have to leave. I was just— You're right. I am exhausted. I should get some rest. I'll be able to concentrate much better after I sleep. " "Tell me about it, then," Rachel said. She pulled over a chair and sat down beside him. " Derek regarded her in silence, but Rachel could tell that he was looking past her, lost in thought. Then, shaking his head, he leaned back in his chair and took another deep breath.
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