Updated Friday, July 31, 2020 - 1:16 PM

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Javier Díaz-Giménez (Madrid, 1967) has not been well quarantined. He confesses it to me parked in the shade of a banana, tucked into the car, where he is surprised by my call. "For the record, I'm not complaining," he warns. "I am privileged, but with two children of five and seven years old and one Zoom after another, sometimes I was surprised saying to myself: I am dead and this is hell. Then, in front of the infantilizing sermon by Pedro Sánchez and the Vice President [ Pablo Iglesias ] harangue , he saw Angel

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