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By Jorge Luis Borges, Adolfo Bioy Casares, Silvina Ocampo

Borges, Bioy Casares y Silvina Ocampo nos ofrecen en esta Antología de los angeles literatura fantástica lo mejor de un género literario que siempre ha ejercido un atractivo impossible to resist en el público lector. Es el género representado por las irrupciones de los angeles fantasía creadora, lo inexplicable, lo misterioso, lo sobrenatural.

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She knelt down and ran her hands along the sides of Peter’s face, feeling the shiver in her palms. ” she murmured, but she knew what was wrong. Peter’s good eye shifted past her, toward the thing in the earth, and then back to Anderson. The plea in the eye not veiled by the hateful, milky cataract was as clear as speech: Let’s get out of here, Bobbi, I like that thing almost as much as I like your sister. “Okay,” Anderson said uneasily. It suddenly occurred to her that she could not remember ever having lost track of time as she had today, out here.

She looked back from the path. The height gave her a more complete view of the thing. It jutted from the ground at a slight angle, she saw. Her impression that the leading edge had a slight curve recurred. A plate, that’s what I thought when I first dug around it with my fingers. A steel plate, not a dinner-plate, I thought, but maybe even then, with so little of it sticking out of the ground, it was really a dinner-plate I was thinking of. Or a saucer. A flying fucking saucer. 4 Back at the house, she showered and changed, using one of the Maxi-Pads even though the heavy menstrual flow already appeared to be lessening.

It wasn’t just that it was gray and pearly, that light; it was expected that such a wind as had blown up the night before would bring a change in the weather. But Anderson knew there was something more than that wrong even before she looked at the clock on the nightstand. She picked it up in both hands and drew it close to her face, although her vision was a perfect 20/20. It was quarter past three in the afternoon. She had gone to sleep late, given. But no matter how late she slept, either habit or the need to urinate always woke her up by nine o’clock, ten at the latest.

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