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"Strange and mysterious things, though, aren't they - earthquakes? We take it for granted that the earth beneath our feet is solid and stationary. We even talk about people being 'down to earth' or having their feet firmly planted on the ground. But suddenly one day we see that it isn't true. The earth, the boulders, that are supposed to be solid, all of a sudden turn as mushy as liquid".

Extraído de "Thailand", cuento contenido en el libro After The Quake de Haruki Murakami.

(Me suena conocido. Sobre todo cuando recuerdo las veces que he escuchado: "Pero si ella siempre había sido TAN buena niña...")

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