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Ricitos de Oro y su yegua Avena luchan contra los lobos, que pronto huyen. Los gemelos escalan la torre de Rapunzel y empiezan a leer acerca de los materiales que necesitan para llevar a cabo el Hechizo de los Deseos. Los mellizos inician su camino hacia el reino de Caperucita Roja , un estado independiente gobernado por la famosa chica tras las protestas en la tierra del Reino del Norte.
Los mellizos logran rescatar un trozo de la canasta y salir airosos del fuego.
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Los gemelos deben volver al Bosque de los Enanos para recuperar la joya que necesitan.
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It was the last novel I wrote in Europe. I was in Barcelona for the presentation. Jorge Herralde went all out on that occasion, and every day in my hotel I received many journalists from the cultural sections of the Madrid and Catalan press. Some friends who had already read it praised it highly.
I really felt like the divine heron. Days later, in Madrid I boarded the plane that would take me to Mexico, and the first thing I did, like everyone else, was to pick up some newspapers and magazines to glance through during the trip. I opened the first, which no longer exists, looked for the cultural section and immediately saw the brilliant cover of my book; and I began to read the commentary.
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The commentator stated that he had thrown my literary trajectory in the urinal, that I had been seduced by the money that an author collects from books as repellent as that one. That once I had tumbled into the sewer it would be very difficult for me to get out of it. This soothed me and I was able to sleep for a while. When I woke up I again read that tirade and found that yes, it was true, it was real, but now the shock had passed.
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It was an exemplary lesson. The only thing that bothered me was that it would be the first review of my novel, and might be the first one to arrive in Mexico. There is a constantly warring couple with the backdrop of a society that has lost its energy, vitality and sense of almost everything. A world that is like a rudderless ship heading for disaster. A society resulting from many decades of corruption and decay, the flower of the PRI Revolutionary Institutional Party.
I feel tenderness for the protagonist, for his capacity to survive, for his chaotic rebelliousness, for his limitations, for all his fruitless efforts. At the end the couple celebrates their fifty years of marriage, their golden wedding anniversary, and what is left of it is rubble, mutilated bodies and an angry old age. The desire of each to break off with the other as soon as possible.
That is what their fifty years of marriage has been; there is no cure for the couple, they will go on that way till the end. Does this book represent a kind of sentimental education and a civil education to show that ego and its exterior manifestation? More than that I find impossible. Writing some of its chapters caused me intolerable pain, others entertained me and made me feel very happy.
There are essays that turn into stories and then go back to being essays. There is trivia, winks, gossip, dreams galore, digressions about Thomas Mann, but also about my dog, Sacho. It ends with an account of my trip to the state of Chiapas a few weeks before the insurrection. I think, as I already told you, that everything I write is a kind of infused biography, oblique, and in this book the flow of life erupted more forcefully and therefore is more visible than in any of my other books.
But at my age I have come to enjoy the possibility of having enemies. When one fights with the family or with dear friends, it is always a wound, whether one is to blame or is the victim of the event that caused the rupture. To what degree are both aspects important in your work although the travel for you, nevertheless, does not have the sense of exploration or sightseeing, your cities are places you have experienced which appear time and again in your writing?