The Motorcycle Diaries: Notes on a Latin American Journey Quotes

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"But I'll leave you now, with myself, the man I used to be . . ." p. 32

"The full moon is silhouetted against the sea, smothering the waves with silver reflections." p. 34

"Hey kid, che, don't push Don Pendon too far, he'll get angry." p. 46

"We set off along a magnificent mountain road, the most beautiful civilization could offer compared to the real natural wonders ... in a truck bearing the heavy weight of us freeloaders." p. 67

"It is at times like this, when a doctor is conscious of his complete powerlessness, that he longs for change: a change to prevent the injustice of a system in which only a month ago this poor woman was still earning her living as a waitress, wheezing and panting but facing life with dignity." p. 70

"It is there, in the final moments, for people whose farthest horizon has always been tomorrow, that one comprehends the...

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