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Pelo mundo fóra

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Published: 1896
Language: Portugues
Wordcount: 46,939 / 163 pg
LoC Category: PQ
Downloads: 333
Added to site: 2009.11.10
mnybks.net#: 25735
Origin: gutenberg.org
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absolutamente incomparaveis e inimitaveis... De pequena tinham-me mettido nas mãos as obras primas dos seus genios mais brilhantes, e eu sentia-me no intimo da minha alma mais franceza ás vezes do que propriamente peninsular.

Ah! mas que melancholico foi o despertar do meu ambicioso, do meu doido sonho!...

Atravessei, com uma rapidez que me deixou confusa e palpitante, o Paris da minha evocação de vidente; estavam mortos os amigos que me tinham alimentado com a medula do seu cerebro, ou com o leite da sua poesia, e, vivos que fossem, alli perto d'elles, na atmosphera em que elles tinham respirado, nas ruas em que elles tinham morado, no scenario que elles enchiam do seu nome é que eu, pela primeira vez, ia sentil-os longe, muito longe de mim, na incommensuravel distancia moral, que a proximidade physica revelava de repente ao meu chimerico espirito de sonhadora!

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