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liriostigre17 hours ago
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Maggie Nelson, Bluets
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Gabriela Mistral, from a letter to Doris Dana c. April 1949, translated by Velma Garc铆a-Gorena
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yes!! i鈥檝e read the book but :o luv how are you immune to the power of ben barnes 馃槮 the man is exquisite
omg i'm sorry hahsj idk, i'm sure he's charming <3 but i'm immune to celebs
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liriostigre2 days ago
omg. dorian gray is so so good and i watched the movie like a million times over bc ben barnes >:D so beautiful that man
hiii, hjsha tbh i didn't like it that much, i think i would have probably liked it more if i hadn't read the book cause i liked the book too much!! and i'll have to disagree with your other statement too 馃様hjash i'm immune to ben barnes, but i'm really glad you like him and the movie that much 馃挄馃槞 i'm happy for u 馃挄 btw have u read the book?
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liriostigre2 days ago
Hey there! Hope you are having a great day/night. I was just going through the books you read in April, and the documentaries, and movies. And then I kinda checked your posts tagged 2021. And I have 2 things to say on that:
First - I am super proud! You are actually reading and watching soo much and have been consistent enough to keep a tab on it
And second - HOW DO YOU MAKE TIME FOR THIS?! Is there a specific system/schedule you follow or something? I am really in awe.
hiii 馃ズ馃挄 i hope you're having a good day too
tbh sometimes i read obsessively for days and then i stop for weeks hjash 馃ゴ and my sleeping schedule is a mess so most of the reading is done at night 馃槚 (i'm taking melatonin pills now so it's getting better) but tbh i don't follow any schedule or anything like that, i've tried tho, cause i wanna do other things like learning more languages :( but it's hard;; being organized and planning my activities efficiently,, i'm just not good at that.
i'm unemployed atm so that's why i have so much time lmao. also, tumblr is my only social media,, idk sm is definitely time consuming and it messes up your attention span, so yea, that's the only good tip i can give you hehe social media detox :) hope this helps <3 ajjshaj
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liriostigre2 days ago
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Maggie Nelson, Bluets
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liriostigre3 days ago
hi sweet friend!! i wanted to ask if you and your fellow followers would mind helping me find a poem if thats ok!!! it goes along the lines of 鈥測ou love me and i kind to myself in my sleep...鈥 and thats all i remember heehee! thank u so much, i appreciate you!!!
if anyone knows it pls send it and i will share it for this anon <3
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liriostigre4 days ago
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Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things
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liriostigre5 days ago
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decolonizepalestine.com is an easy to navigate website run by two palestinians which breaks down common myths about palestine and provides a reading list organized by a wide variety of categories ranging from history and culture to media and censorship. it鈥檚 a good starting point to use if you want to learn more about the modern day situation in palestine and understand the truth behind myths that have been perpetuated about israel鈥檚 occupation of palestine.
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liriostigre5 days ago
hi maite i wanna ask you where did you read the god of small things. im chilean too idk why in asking u in gringo language take care ily
holaaaa <3 hjahsks i'm also replying in gringo language in case someone else wants to read the book
you can download the epub here
if you prefer another file format, here you go
saludos 馃槞馃挄 cu铆date tambi茅n 馃挄馃挄
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liriostigre5 days ago
XOXO de Brasil. 馃グ
te mando un abrazo 馃挄 馃槞 (um abra莽o , as铆 se dice creo)
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Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things
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liriostigre5 days ago
eres chilena?? <3 (pregunto porque vi en tu challenge tony manero kdjdks)
s铆iiii jajsjjahsj estoy a punto de ver Machuca ahora!! chilenidad 馃拋馃グ馃槞
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liriostigre5 days ago
wait, i have a lot to say 馃ゴ
The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy is just so brilliant!!!! so rich!! i'm in love with the writing, the structure and style; the descriptions, the imagery, the symbolism, the linguistic innovations. the language; not only the indian-english, but also the child-like use of language; the intentional misspelling of words, wordplays, the phonetic spelling of words, the capitalization of important words, the way the author uses phrases as flashbacks or symbols for each character ("Sophie Mol, hatted bell-bottomed and Loved from the Beginning." ) it was so fascinating to me cause like, it's not a 1st person narrative but there are bits in which it feels like it's the perspective of the kids and it's so well done. the way the kids act and their thoughts,, it was a lot, i teared up with the smallest details, i was like,, this is what childhood felt like to me.
the rest of the characters felt so realistic, too; so extremely flawed. the family wasn't perfect, they weren't even a happy family, but ughh, it was still so painful; the tragedy, the way the family fell apart, how the kids processed all those things.
the historical context (political, economical, cultural, religious) was so important, too, and so complex but it was explained in such a natural way through each character and their motivations and behaviors and idk,, as i said, it made sense, it felt organic; the characters' actions, their decisions. even if those were things /i/ would never do, i was like, okay, i understand that this woman has limited options, i understand her situation, i understand.
i can't recommend it enough
just wanted to say that i really love the god of small things and when you posted those quotes it made me really happy!
i loved it, too!! so much!!!! 馃槶 i read a few chapters last month and i started reading it again this month (right after Normal People which is really bad imo lmao) and OMG!!!! omg!!! it's so beautiful and complex, so lovely and heartbreaking
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liriostigre5 days ago
just wanted to say that i really love the god of small things and when you posted those quotes it made me really happy!
i loved it, too!! so much!!!! 馃槶 i read a few chapters last month and i started reading it again this month (right after Normal People which is really bad imo lmao) and OMG!!!! omg!!! it's so beautiful and complex, so lovely and heartbreaking
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liriostigre6 days ago
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liriostigre10 days ago
have you read loveless by alice oseman? i love your blog 馃挋馃挆
thank u for loving my blog <3
no, i've only read Radio Silence cause someone recommended it (cause it's about dropping out and i'm a dropout lol) but tbh i didn't like it
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liriostigre10 days ago
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so... i woke up at 1:30 am bc my brain is full and the first thing that came to mind is... Latinamerica is collapsing and i wonder if the rest of the world knows.
if it doesn't, then maybe it should, so, i wanna explain:
M茅xico馃嚥馃嚱
we are actually about to run out of water: 85% of the mexican territory is in a draught, the worst in 30 years, they say. and there's lakes that are disappearing.
government is spreading "tips" and "infographics" about how to save some water when they're allowing companies like coca-cola and pepsi; cemex, bonafont and bimbo to have leverage in aquifers and they let them own basically 70% of the water in the country thanks to the National Waters Law (Ley de Aguas Nacionales)
oh and just last night (may 3rd) the 12th metro line collapsed in M茅xico City and 23 people died. everyone is blaming it on the 2 previous governments' corruption for using cheap materials and rushing to finish it and inaugurate it before it was actually ready
Honduras馃嚟馃嚦
same as M茅xico, they're running out of water, so far three states are totally out of it, which is around 1.4 million people.
the press has been calling it the worst draught in the history of the country SINCE LAST YEAR
besides the government has stopped buying vaccines and they're leaving around 70% of the population without a vaccination...
Paraguay馃嚨馃嚲
there's no space left in the hospitals, the government stole the 1.6k million usd loan that the country got for health care related buys during the pandemic and left the hospitals alone to their luck. people have to sell their things; from their TV's and fridges to their cars, houses, bodies... there's actual people recurring to prostitution so they can buy medicine the government is supposed to be providing
Guatemala馃嚞馃嚬
they've been having a hard economic crisis; again, surprise surprise, the government has stolen 14 million quetzales (1.8million usd) that was destined to the healthcare department: since the pandemic started people has been fired by hordes, there's no jobs, there's no money, there's no more safe hospitals or doctors to work in them, or equipment. and the president approved the 2021 budget in the middle of the night and took away money from the health and the education departments, leading to massive protests that, as you have guessed, were repressed with police violence.
Costa Rica馃嚚馃嚪
government actually created an espionage agency, the UPAD, they're fining people for being outside hiding behind the excuse of the pandemic; which is making hospitals collapse, they passed a recessive tax reform, the Electoral Supreme Court was scammed in the latest elections and they're actually seeking to create a higher rank power, higher than a president, who can hold the three powers of the nation (dictatorship, everyone?)
Per煤馃嚨馃嚜
they're enduring a huge political crisis, they have to chose a president and their only two options are: a leftist/marxist man that wants to take all the agricultural land and divide it in equal parts, doesn't support lgbtttiq rights, privatize almost all services and more reforms that would lead to massive firings AND a woman that it's being investigated for fraud and money laundering and that descends from one of the biggest peruvian dictators and wants to get him out of prison.
this uncertainty of course has made the usd price to sky rocket (because what else is new) and now the prices of everything are rising as well, and the wages? they're staying still
El Salvador馃嚫馃嚮
another political crisis: the president along with the congress (which is mostly sitting his party) dismissed and basically fired the judges of the supreme court and the attorney general. and recommended/nominated new ones from his party, opening the way to the totalitarianism and welp, the end of democracy in the country: dictatorship.
the people is outraged and the international community along with the America States Organization are rejecting this horrid violation to the Constitution of El Salvador but the panorama is still uncertain.
Colombia馃嚚馃嚧
the government of Ivan Duque just passed a tax reform to collect around 25 billion Colombian pesos (around 6.5k billion usd) through taxes without raising the minimum wages; this would throw the country in an economic crisis that would impact the lower and middle classes and it would take products off the basic market basket.
the people of Colombia have been marching and protesting about this and the government has replied with police violence, they have their own anti-raid police, the ESMAD, and they have orders to shoot to kill.
there isn't yet an exact number on the death count but what the people is sure of is that they're gonna try to hide it along with the number of rapings and tortures the police has been conducting.
Chile馃嚚馃嚤
in 2019 chilean government rose the price of the metro/subway and there were protests and marches and manifestations, which led, of course, to policial repression, this was a whole ordeal that was condemned by the UN, now, the people is tired that the same government hasn't dealt properly with the sanitary contingency so they starter planing a huge strike; dozens of worker unions planning to march on april 30th to show that they're millions and they want the president out.
then the president was acused of crimes against humanity before the International Court of Human Rights for the repression of the 2019 protests...
Venezuela馃嚮馃嚜
well, if you haven't heard about the venezuelan crisis, you've been living under a rock: it's been going on for more than 20 years, venezuelan people live under a dictatorship (fucking incredible we still have those in the world), the police kills people that march and manifest, citizens don't have dignified access to: public transport, gas and gasoline, electricity, food, water, medicine and medical equipment let alone the covid vaccine.
and when the venezuelan people wanna leave the mediocre and deplorable conditions in which their government had made them live? conditions in which if you don't die of sickness, you get killed by a cop or killed in a robbery or killed on a raid? if you don't die of hunger you die of thirst? they raised the passport prices! and so the venezuelan people as a lot of people in Latinoam茅rica have to illegally migrate; and we all know how that's seen.
Puerto Rico馃嚨馃嚪
an immense femicide rise and Gender Violence alert.
and all this happened within the last week.
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