ROMANCE

ROMANCE: BOTH LANGUAGE ACADEMIES HAVE DIFFERENT APPROACH TO ITS DEFINITION. (I REALLY LIKE THE ENGLISH ONE.)

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WORDS IN ENGLISH

The Second Edition of the 20-volume Oxford English Dictionary, published in 1989, contains full entries for 171,476 words in current use, and 47,156 obsolete words. To this may be added around 9,500 derivative words included as sub-entries. The Oxford Dictionary says it’s quite probable that English has more words than most comparable world languages. The reason is historical. English was originally a Germanic  language,  related to Dutch and German. English shares much […]

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Me gustaría saber

““Me gustaría saber”, se dijo, “qué pasa realmente en un libro cuando está cerrado. Naturalmente, dentro hay sólo letras impresas sobre el papel, pero sin embargo… Algo debe de pasar, porque cuando lo abro aparece de pronto una historia entera. Dentro hay personas que no conozco todavía, y todas las aventuras, hazañas y peleas posibles… […]

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AUTO-FICTION

“Autobiography? No, that is a privilege reserved for the important people of this world, at the end of their lives, in a refined style. Fiction, of events and facts strictly real; auto-fiction, if you will, to have entrusted the language of an adventure to the adventure of language, outside of the wisdom and the syntax […]

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NON LINEAR

NON LINEAR: Get rid of time and the difference between present, past or future and create a structure with “timeless” event.

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