“Cronopios y Famas” are fictional characters that appeared in short stories written by Argentine Author Julio Cortázar. “Cronopios” are naïve, disorganized, idealistic and sensitive individuals. In contrast, “Famas” are rigid, methodologically organized, judgmental and guardians of an order. A Cronopio went to a psychologist for help, “where would you like to start?” asked the clinician. Well, there’s a specter said the Cronopio. “The women I once loved has become a ghost, I am the spot of her apparitions”.

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