Enrique is a common man that has always worked to offer an acceptable level of life to his family. But one day this average man buys a television to color, a personal pleasure that a while ago comes deferring. Starting from that moment Enrique lives obsessed by the small screen, forgets what happens to his surroundings and finishes losing the power of differing between the real world and the universe of fiction, while his relatives look at he impotent. Written by
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Historias para no dormir: El televisor
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Although not originally part of the anthology series Historias para no dormir
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You should avoid TV for some time.
Because I cannot think anymore. Here on this bookcase, I had books. Now I only have TV magazines to know the schedule and be ready. Here, I had books... And books inspired my imagination. But now, I can't imagine anything, because there they give me everything already imagined, imagined by other people, and badly imagined! And I also had records. You may find this stupid, but I used to love Beethoven.
And... it's been days since I last ...