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11/1995 – 11/2014: 19 years on the Internet

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The Man Who Was Thursday
By G. K. Chesterton RSS
Novel • 58,817w • English
Worldwide Classics RSS / November 2004
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In the nightmarish and paradoxical world we live in, with ubiquitous secret services and terrorist plots galore, it is time to reread the surreal tale of espionage written a century ago by G. K. Chesterton. About it, Kingsley Amis wrote:

I have read it so many times since that, if a sentence anywhere in it were put in front of me, I bet I could be pretty accurate about what was in the next one. And yet it remains the most thrilling book I have ever read.

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«The suburb of Saffron Park lay on the sunset side of London, as red and ragged as a cloud of sunset. It was built of a bright brick throughout; its sky-line was fantastic, and even its ground plan was wild. It had been the outburst of a speculative builder, faintly tinged with art, who called its architecture sometimes Elizabethan and sometimes Queen Anne, apparently under the impression that the two sovereigns were identical. It was described with some justice as an artistic colony, though it never in any definable way produced any art...»

Keys: all, man, professor, face, eyes

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Velo City (v.1)
By Alma Pérez RSS
Poetry • 344Kb • Spanish
Biblioteca Alma Pérez RSS / November 2000
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Con motivo de nuestro quinto aniversario, Alma Pérez presentó, aprovechando las posibilidades del soporte digital, la primera versión de la serie hipertextual Velo City, en la que da una nueva y brillante forma a sus poemas «Sumergida» y «Aislamiento». Con el apoyo técnico de Didier Delmas y Uwe Heiss. Disponible en castellano y ahora también en catalán, gallego y euskara.

Esta obra fue una lectura recomendada por enarrative.org.

«En la rama infinita del eclipse...»

Keys: nao, invoco

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Desprendiendo
By Alma Pérez RSS
Poetry • 175Kb • Spanish
Biblioteca Alma Pérez RSS / December 2002
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Publicado originalmente en Literate World, Desprendiendo es la tercera entrega del tríptico hipertextual de Alma Pérez iniciado por Velo City (la segunda entrega todavía no ha sido concluida por su autora). Hemos considerado que valía la pena ofrecer a los lectores de Badosa.com ambos textos en un mismo lugar. Disponible en castellano y ahora también en inglés, gallego y euskara.

«Dices

el mar de las palabras...»

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Dos poemes d’avantguarda
By Victòria Mengual RSS
Poetry • 147w • Catalan
Dístic RSS / June 1998
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La barcelonina Victòria Mengual, seleccionada en l’especialitat d’Escriptura per a representar a la ciutat de Barcelona en la IX Biennal de Joves Creadors d’Europa i la Mediterrània, signa aquests dos poemes d’avantguarda.

  • Quan...
  • Cal·ligrama
«Quan

Quan

Quan vaig crear el monstre

Quan va pintar-te de turquesa

i ell (o jo) se’n va enamorar...»

Keys: sal, monstre, llengües

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