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1. "La televisión amigo Daniel, es el Anticristo y le digo yo que bastarán tres o cuatro generaciones para que la gente ya no sepa tirarse pedos por su cuenta y el ser humano vuelva a la caverna, a la barbarie medieval, y a estados de imbecilidad que ya superó la babosa allá por el pleistoceno. Este mundo no se morirá de una bomba atómica como dicen los diarios, se morirá de risa, de banalidad, haciendo un chiste de todo, y además un chiste malo"-Fermin Romero de Torres"
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
2. "La televisión es el Anticristo y le digo yo que bastarán tres o cuatro generaciones para que la gente ya no sepa ni tirarse pedos por su cuenta y el ser humano vuelva a la caverna, a la barbarie medieval, y a estados de imbecilidad que ya superó la babosa allá por el pleistoceno. Este mundo no se morirá de una bomba atómica como dicen en los diarios, se morirá de risa, de banalidad, haciendo un chiste de todo, y además un chiste malo."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
3. "Entre uma caverna de Platão e outra as vozes se degradam em sons desconexos ou criptografados e escamoteados pela radiação de fundo."
Author: Filipe Russo
4. "In Caverna lies were an art and everybody was an artist, even young children."
Author: Frances Hardinge
5. "It draws you in. You twist your mind into new shapes. You start to understand Caverna . . . and you fall in love with her. Imagine the most beautiful woman in the world, but with tunnels as her long, tangled, snake-like hair. Her skin is dappled in trap-lantern gold and velvety black, like a tropical frog. Her eyes are cavern lagoons, bottomless and full of hunger. When she smiles, she has diamonds and sapphires for teeth, thousands of them, needle-thin.""But that sounds like a monster!" "She is. Caverna is terrifying. This is love, not liking. You fear her, but she is all you can think about."
Author: Frances Hardinge
6. "And Neverfell started to understand the beauty of flaws, those places where up and down secretly gave up their argument and shook hands, where compass points spun like a dervish and where space itself was twisted like a wrung-out flannel. These places were the dimples for Caverna's glittering smile, her foibles, her signature. To understand them was to steal a smile, a twisted rose from her hand, a bone from between her thousand teeth."
Author: Frances Hardinge
7. "She's got us, she's got us all. Caverna. She doesn't want to let us go. Do you know what she's like? A huge trap-lantern with us inside her, digesting us really, really slowly, and not wanting to let any of us go. Maybe that's the worst kind of prison – not knowing you're in a prison. Because then you don't fight to get out."
Author: Frances Hardinge
8. "This was why he had become a master thief, to achieve this theft of thefts, this masterpiece of larceny. All the time, fascinating and terrible Caverna had been his goal. Whilst other Cartographers had sighed in vain after the beauty of her treacherous geography, he had decided to win her with cunning and threats. All along Caverna had been his opponent and his prize, and she had never suspected it for a moment. He had fooled her, fought her and defeated her. She would be furious, no doubt, would hate him, rail against him and look for ways to destroy him, but he had outmanoeuvred her and now she had no choice but to play things his way. Unlike her earlier favourites, he was her lord, not a plaything to be tossed aside when she was bored. And yet, for the first time in ten years, he found himself at something of a loss. I have succeeded. I have won. I rule the city. I wonder what I was planning to do with it?"
Author: Frances Hardinge
9. "I no longer draw up maps – and maps are a Cartographer's love letters to Caverna, his way of serving and worshipping her. She is in my thoughts all the time, but I am no longer her slave.""Then you still . . . love her?" asked Neverfell, struggling with the notion. "More than ever," her companion answered softly."
Author: Frances Hardinge
10. "For a second, she could almost see Caverna as the Kleptomancer did, a murky, monstrous beauty, smiling her fine-fanged smile as she prepared to stretch and grow, shaking out her tunnel-tresses as they became longer and longer. Perhaps Caverna had already known that such an opportunity was open to her. Neverfell imagined her discarding the Grand Steward like a worn-out toy, and reaching for a new favourite, a man who could extend her empire and bring her new strength . . . Maxim Childersin."
Author: Frances Hardinge
11. "Una vida larga es como una enorme caverna: en ella todo hace eco."
Author: Gabriel Payares
12. "Las dos veces anteriores, sólo su sabor había causado que los instintos de Noelle se propulsaran sobre una cornisa que no podía ver hasta ser muy tarde. Él era una droga para ella, capaz de destruir cualquier barrera, rápidamente adictivo, calentándola inexorablemente, haciéndola girar más y más hasta el fondo de lo que podría llegar a ser una profunda y oscura caverna de soledad, o un brillante y devorante lecho de pasión."
Author: Gena Showalter
13. "(...) A escrita é uma longa introspecção, é uma viagem até às cavernas mais obscuras da consciência, uma lenta meditação. Escrevo às apalpadelas no silêncio e pelo caminho descubro partículas de verdade, pequenos cristais que cabem na palma da mão e justificam a minha passagem por este mundo.(...)"
Author: Isabel Allende
14. "Las matemáticas que hemos inventado o descubierto, de las que creemos o esperamos que sean una llave para acceder a la estructura del universo, muy bien podrían ser igualmente un lenguaje privado con el que garabateamos en los muros de nuestra caverna"
Author: J.M. Coetzee
15. "Moriamo.Moriamo ricchi di amanti e di tribu`, di gusti che abbiamo inghiottito, di corpi che abbiamo penetrato risalendoli come fiumi, di paure in cui ci siamo nascosti come in questa caverna stregata senza memoria.Voglio che tutto cio` resti inciso sul mio corpo. Siamo noi i veri paesi,non le frontiere tracciate sulle mappe con i nomi di uomini potenti.Lo so che tornerai e mi porterai fuori di qui, nel palazzo dei venti.Non ho mai voluto altro che camminare in un luogo simile con te. Una terra senza mappe.La lampada si e` spenta, e sto scrivendo nell'oscurita`."
Author: Michael Ondaatje
16. "O homem veio das cavernas primitivas e no fundo de seu cérebro foi construindo mitos que o ajudavam a entender as forças da natureza; uma natureza violenta, que o batia com suas tempestades, seus raios; com os vulcões, as neves e o frio doloroso; com a fome, a sede, as feras bravias que o impediam de dormir em paz. Mas, principalmente, o assediava com a doença, um acontecimentos incompreensível, que rompia todo o senso, toda a vida. Daí surgiram os deuses, a magia, a necessidade de se aplacar com a fé as forças do desconhecido."
Author: Murilo Carvalho
17. "La humanidad se toma a sí misma demasiado en serio. Es el pecado original del mundo. Si el hombre de las cavernas hubiera sabido reír, la historia habría sido diferente."
Author: Oscar Wilde
18. "Pero el vacío en mi pecho se abre como una caverna dentro de mi pecho. Me siento tan malditamente solo todo el tiempo. Incluso aunque estoy rodeado de alumnos, hay una pantalla invisible entre nosotros, y detrás de la pared de vidrio estoy gritando, gritando en mi propio silencio, gritando para ser notado, para hacer amistad, para agradarle a alguien."
Author: Tabitha Suzuma
19. "Tenía que ser hembra. De eso no quedaba duda. Guardaba un cierto parecido con las estatuillas de las diosas de la fertilidad que habían tallado hacía miles de años los hombres de las cavernas (...) Era la deriva continental con curvas. Empezó a cantar."
Author: Terry Pratchett

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