Cantoras Quotes

Carolina De Robertis
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She let her lips part and the breeze glided into her mouth, fresh on her tongue, full of stars. How did so much brightness fit in the night sky? How could so much ocean fit inside her? Who was she in this place? Standing on that shore, staring out at the Atlantic, with those women who were not like other women sleeping a few meters away, she felt a sensation so foreign that she almost collapsed under its spell. She felt free.
-- Narration (chapter 1)

Importance: This passage describes the sense of freedom that Paz feels when she first arrives with the group in Polonio. The passage demonstrates how the narrative perspective frequently switches from one character to the other. The ultimate effect is that there is not a single main character, but five equal main characters. Paz's emotions at this time also demonstrate how Polonio provides a place of emotional, although not physical...

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