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Spain Quotes

Nine of the best book quotes about spain
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“‘If you want to know how it all turns out, open the book at the end, not the start’ and ‘the cow who thinks a lot sleeps a lot’ – as well as the interspersed stories told to her by her friend the nun Pauline Bernadette.”
Bernardo Atxaga
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Memoirs of a Basque Cow
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Spain
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″ Mo’s narration is monopolized by philosophical conversations with The Pest, Mo’s inner voice.”
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“Let the kids get up in Italy. Let the kids get up in Spain. Let them get up in Massachusetts, and Connecticut and Maine. Let the kids get up in London and in Paris and Berlin.”
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“And it was the same with his father. Paco worked more than anybody and earned quite a lot of money. The trouble was that for Doña Lola and the Leverets there were only two extremes in the village.”
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“The story revolves around Marcelino, an orphan abandoned as a baby on the steps of a monastery in nineteenth-century Spain. ”
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“At a festival, Marcelino causes havoc when he accidentally topples a pile of fruit and lets some animals loose.”
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“The cat from Spain flew an aeroplane.”
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“Look at all these clever cats, cats from Spain, Brazil and France, cats from Greece, Japan and Norway, cats who sing and fly and dance...”
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Singing Of speckled eggs the birdie sings And nests among the trees; The sailor sings of ropes and things In ships upon the seas. The children sing in far Japan, The children sing in Spain; The organ with the organ man Is singing in the rain.

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