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1 This is the author’s translation of the words Octavio Paz imagines Varo saying in “Visiones y Desapariciones de Remedios Varo” [“Visions and Disappearances of Remedios Varo”], a poem by Paz in Remedios Varo (Paz & Callois, 1966: 8-10).

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