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1. "Language does have the power to change reality. Therefore, treat your words as the mighty instruments they are - to heal, to bring into being, to remove, as if by magic, the terrible violations of childhood, to nurture, to cherish, to bless, to forgive - to create from the whole cloth of your soul, true love."
Author: Daphne Rose Kingma
2. "They were readers for whom literature was a drug, each complex plot line delivering a new high, suspending them above reality, allowing them a magical crossover...They had spoken often, with rueful honesty, of how the books they read represented escape, offered pathways to literary landscapes that intrigued and engrossed...From childhood on, books had been the hot air balloons that carried them above the angry mutterings of quarreling parents, schoolyard rejections, academic boredom...They were of a kind, readers from birth."
Author: Gloria Goldreich
3. "Then followed that beautiful season... Summer....Filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light; and the landscapeLay as if new created in all the freshness of childhood."
Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
4. "Ultima came to stay with us the summer I was almost seven. When she came the beauty of the llano unfolded before my eyes, and the gurgling waters of the river sang to the hum of the turning earth. The magical time of childhood stood still, and the pulse of the living earth pressed its mystery into my living blood."
Author: Rudolfo Anaya
5. "I saw that it was all over, put away in a box like a doll no longer cared for, the magical intimacy of our childhood together"
Author: Tennessee Williams

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Si accostò allo sportello dei biglietti. Per la prima volta, era costretta a rivelare quel che aveva intenzione di fare.- Giardino Zoologico, - disse. Un piccolo biglietto giallo le venne sospinto con indifferenza. - Venti, - disse la donna dietro la lastra di vetro.- E volendo… ritornare? - chiese Rita timidamente.- Allora quaranta, - disse la donna, riprese il biglietto e gliene sospinse un altro dallo sportello.In questo, dunque, si distingueva da tutte le altre del mondo questa città: che per quaranta pfennig teneva in mano due vite diverse."
Author: Christa Wolf

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