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Buy La propia y otros cuentos (Clásicos de Costa Rica nº 3) (Spanish Edition): Read Kindle Store Reviews – Madrid: Revista de Filología Hispanica, Anejo LXXIII. 2 vols. Boyd-Bowman, Peter. Gonzalez Zcledon (Magón), Manuel. a. El clis de sol. In: La propia. Jorge Luis Borges Acevedo, “La casa de Asterión, ” Manuel González Zeledón, ” El clis de sol, ” César Vallejo, “Los heraldos negros”.

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