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Iberia: Spanish Travels and Reflections Quotes

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"Viva Yo"

"If a man is tough enough to love this land, he will never forget it, never." Chapter 2, pg. 93

"Won't piss in the streets, but will against your door." Chapter 2, pg. 103

"Corn is for pigs and Mexicans." Chapter 2, pg. 109

"Men always come back to Extremadura." Chapter 2, pg. 115

"I could make an intellectual pilgrimage to the four statues and thus pay homage in turn to the finest pagan of Spanish history, the finest churchman, the outstanding Jew, and the most brilliant Muslim." Chapter 4, pg. 197

"You do well, my son, to weep as a woman for the loss of what you could not defend as a man." Chapter 4, pg. 219

"in Spain, one finds old memories in unexpected places." Chapter 4, pg. 220

"Spain, I'm afraid, is stuck with the romantic legend portrayed in Don Alvaro: people shivering in Sweden and Germany want sun and romance, and Spain has no alternative but to...

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