Funny: The Shadow of the Wind
- Once in a while there's some illiterate who says or does something ridiculous about books:
- Barcelň mentioned having sold a copy of ''Fuenteovejuna (a play by Lope de Vega first published in 1619) autographed with a ballpoint pen;
- Bernarda mistook Sandokan (the main character of a series of Italian adventure novels well known in Europe) for some obscure saint (to a Spanish speaker, Sandokan sounds like "Saint Dokan");
- a customer asked for Zorrilla believing it was the titular character of a series of novels dedicated to the adventures of a prostitute in Hapsburg-era Madrid, and not a poet and dramatist. This one is notable because Fermín, who is usually a Motor Mouth to rival Deadpool, for once was to the point in the explanation.
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