Reinaldo thought the faint was faked and...(14回应)
Reinaldo thought the faint was faked and tried to rouse her himself, patting her cheeks and giving her sips of water to drink, but it wasn't faked at all (it was a real blackout) and Florita ended up in the hospital.
“Florita ended up in the hospital”……哦，原来是“弗罗里达最后去了医院”，而不是“死在医院里了”呀。这样下文她的屡次再出场就可以理解了。这里我必须质疑赵德明老师的工作态度了……就算在先您粗心大意地翻死了一个人，后来这个人多次出场，您难道不疑惑吗？您难道不疑惑吗？您难道不疑惑吗？
He believed (or liked to think he believed) that when a person was in Barcelona, the people living and present in Buenos Aires and Mexico City didn't exist. The time difference only masked their nonexistence. And so if you suddenly traveled to cities that, according to this theory, didn't exist or hadn't yet had time to put themselves together, the result was the phenomenon known as jet lag, which arose not from your exhaustion but from the exhaustion of the people who would still have been asleep if you hadn't traveled. This was something he'd probably read in some science fiction novel or story and that he'd forgotten having read.
Anyway, these ideas or feelings or ramblings had their satisfactions. They turned the pain of others into memories of one's own. They turned pain, which is natural, enduring, and eternally triumphant, into personal memory, which is human, brief, and eternally elusive. They turned a brutal story of injustice and abuse, an incoherent howl with no beginning or end, into a neatly structured story in which suicide was always held out as a possibility. They turned flight into freedom, even if freedom meant no more than the perpetuation of flight. They turned chaos into order, even if it was at the cost of what is commonly known as sanity.